LAS VEGAS – Hyundai Motor America is changing its strategy from struggling to meet annual sales targets to growing share in order to expand its business in the ever-shrinking U.S. market. “We cannot control the size of the pie, (but) we can control our slice of the pie,” Dave Zuchowski, vice president-sales for HMA, tells Ward’s here. Zuchowski admits the bold U.S. sales goals set years ago by Korean parent Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. have been badly missed, but the brand’s market share has ...
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