VIENNA – Hyundai Motor Mfg. Czech is looking for new export markets due to the economic slump that has taken a bite out of industry new-car demand in some European countries. Unlike some car plants in the region, Hyundai Czech’s 4-year-old Nosovice facility has been able to dodge the effects of the sluggish market so far. It launched a third shift in September 2011 and is on pace for record output in 2012. Original plans called for the production of 300,000 cars this year, ...

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