UPDATE 1-Hyundai Motor Q4 profit at record on overseas sales

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* Q4 net profit 1.4 trln won vs 1.35 trln fcast * New models, overseas contributions buoy earnings * 2011 growth seen easing due to capacity, competition * Hyundai shares up 0.5 pct vs 0.4 Pct rise in KOSPI (Updates with more detail) SEOUL, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor , South Korea's top automaker, saw its profit jump nearly 50 percent to a record for the December quarter, driven by new models and robust sales in overseas markets including the United States and China. ...

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