* S.Korean firm to add shift of about 3,000 workers * Wants to increase U.S. output by 20,000 vehicles per yr * Company looking to meet growing U.S. demand April 30 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co will from September add a third shift of about 3,000 workers at its only U.S. plant, the South Korean firm said on Monday, as it looks to meet growing demand for its vehicles in the country. Hyundai has upgraded its 2012 sales goals in the United States after an unexpectedly strong first quarter, ...
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