A Hyundai spokesman says the automaker still is reviewing expansion plans for China, but declines comment on news reports that a fourth plant will be built in Chongqing, China, for its Beijing Hyundai Motor joint venture. The reports indicate a decision has been reached and a signing meeting will take place Feb. 26 between the Chongqing government and Beijing Hyundai, with Hyundai Automotive Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo participating. The spokesman in Seoul says the Hyundai office there has ...

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