Korea-based Ssangyong Motor is not considering a plant in India, but is poised to begin complete-knocked-down exports of its Rexton 4-door midsize SUV to that market, a spokesman tells WardsAuto. The CKD shipments would begin in the second or third quarter, the spokesman adds, calling reports Ssangyong will invest $1.2 billion in a new vehicle-manufacturing plant in India “very exaggerated.” Instead, the Rexton will be assembled at parent Mahindra and Mahindra’s ...

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