Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. is borrowing €300 million ($473 million) from the Export-Import Bank of Korea to help finance its €1.1 billion ($1.5 billion) plant under construction in the Nosovice industrial zone in Czech Republic. “Conditions are very tough for raising money overseas at this time, and it was easier and cheaper for us to obtain financing here in Korea than going abroad,” a Hyundai spokesman tells Ward’s. “There is a lot of turbulence in international exchange rates because of ...
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