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WASHINGTON – After several years of outpacing industry growth, Hyundai merely will keep up with increasing volume this year, says David L. Zuchowski, executive vice president-national sales. In an interview at the capital auto show here, Zuchowski tells WardsAuto that Hyundai sales will grow a relatively modest 8% in 2012 because of severe supply constraints. Hyundai sold 645,000 vehicles in 2011. “Right now we don't have enough production to break the 700,000-unit ...
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