A Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. official denies media reports the South Korean auto maker plans to independently begin construction on an engine plant in Rizhao, Shandong province, China, in March, instead of collaborating with its joint venture partner, Beijing Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. However, a company spokesman is quoted by a South Korean newswire service as saying Hyundai has been considering such a possibility. "For months, we have studied building the engine plant in China, but nothing has ...

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