SEOUL, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co. , South Korea's top auto maker, said on Thursday it was targeting a 14 percent rise in 2007 sales to 31.13 trillion won ($33.27 billion) from 27.34 trillion won. The company also said it aimed to raise its operating profit margin to 6 percent or more in 2007, compared to 4.5 percent last year. Hyundai, which controls about half of the country's car market, said in a statement that it aimed to sell 1.715 million vehicles this year from local ...
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