BEIJING – The head of the joint venture between Hyundai and Beijing Automotive says the auto maker is competing for a share of provincial markets in China, which by 2015 will account for one-third of global vehicle sales. Beijing Hyundai CEO Jae-Man Noh tells WardsAuto here that although sales in China are soaring, margins are tightening and markets outside the largest cities are ripe for growth. Most demand over the rest of the decade in the world's No.1 vehicle market is expected in ...
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