MUMBAI – Hyundai Motor India Ltd. is facing critical times, despite capturing the market’s No.2 sales position in a remarkably short timeframe, with deliveries last year jumping 20.7% to 600,639 units. Even so, the Korean subsidiary ranks 12th among competitors in overall growth here. Its Santro flagship sedan is aging, and management now faces fresh labor problems for the third time in a year. Making matters worse, the latest strike action is taking place at the plant that builds the ...
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