Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. has suspended exports of passenger cars to all of its overseas markets to offset production losses caused by ongoing union strikes. But a Hyundai source tells Ward’s the suspension will have "absolutely no impact on customer deliveries. "We have a 3-month supply of vehicles in most of the major markets, so it will have no impact whatsoever in those markets," he says. "We made contingency plans well ahead of the strike. We do this every year as a hedge against ...

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