(Adds detail) SEOUL, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Chief Executive Officer Steve Yang has resigned for personal reasons and its domestic and foreign sales chiefs will split his role, a company spokesman said on Friday. Under his rein, Hyundai saw the company become one of the biggest threats to global automakers in recent years, increasing sales and gaining market share even during the global financial crisis. Yang took the top job at the world's fifth-biggest auto group along with ...
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