DETROIT – Officials representing the state of Tennessee have put suppliers attending the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress here on notice that they’re looking to attract new automotive business. The state is smarting after recently losing out on a new U.S. manufacturing facility sought by South Korean car maker Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. Hyundai now has narrowed its choices to Montgomery, AL, and Glendale, KY. See related story Various officials representing Tennessee, ...

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