Officials from Hyundai Motor America and the governors’ offices of Kentucky and Alabama all deny reports that the South Korean auto maker has chosen a plant site from between the two states. Recent reports out of Asia claiming that Alabama has won the contest and will serve as home to a $1 billion plant capable of producing 300,000 units are inaccurate, officials say. Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. last month narrowed its search for the first U.S. plant down to sites located in Glendale, KY, and ...
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