Senior Hyundai Motor exec moves to Hyundai Mobis


SEOUL, Sept 26 (Reuters) - South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. said on Friday that its vice chairman Kim Dong-jin had resigned to assume the vice chairman position at affiliate Hyundai Mobis Co. . Hyundai Motor Group "posted Kim, an industry expert, to head the auto parts maker, our key pillar for growth," South Korea's largest carmaker said in a statement. Kim's appointment is part of the group's efforts to outpace its international rivals by focusing more on parts and expanding its global ...

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