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  1. GM's South Korean workers OK wage deal after strike hits output

    General Motors' South Korean workers have approved an annual wage deal, ending 13 days of partial strikes at the base where the U.S. automaker produces more than 40 ...

  2. Hyundai to Recall 109,764 Cars in China Because of Defective Brakes

    Hyundai Motor Co. (005380.SE) will recall 109,764 vehicles in China because of defective brakes, China's quality control agency said on Tuesday.The affected cars wer...

  3. Asian Shares Little Moved, Kospi Gains

    Japanese stocks paused amid a stronger yen on Tuesday, while gains in South Korean car companies boosted the Kospi.Asian currencies recovered against the U.S. dollar...

  4. Beijing Hyundai Recalls 121,835 Cars - China Government Agency

    Beijing Hyundai Motors Co. is recalling 121,835 cars due to brake flaws, China's quality control agency said Monday.The recall by the joint venture between Hyundai M...

  5. Fiat's U.S. dealers anxious for broader product lineup

    A meeting of U.S. Fiat dealers to discuss future products, including the arrival of Alfa Romeo models, has twice been postponed and no new date has been set, several...

  6. Hyundai Motor mulls fourth China plant: vice chairman

    South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co <005380.KS> is considering building a fourth car plant in China, its vice chairman said on Friday, as it seeks to increase production ...

  7. Asian Shares Mostly Higher, Nikkei Climbs

    Japanese stocks jumped 2.8% after the yen extended its five-month slump to drop past 100 per dollar for the first time in four years.The yen's drop below 100, a much...

  8. Hyundai Motor chief says no plan to build U.S. plant for now

    Hyundai Motor Group does not immediately plan to build a new car factory in the United States, Chairman Chung Mong-koo said on Monday, downplaying speculation that t...

  9. S Korea April Car Sales +7.7% on Increased Overseas Capacity

    South Korea's April car sales rose 7.7% compared with a year earlier as robust overseas demand helped offset decreased domestic sales due to work stoppages at Hyunda...

  10. Domestic automakers lead rise in April auto sales

    The three big U.S. automakers posted better-than-expected April sales as consumers snapped up pickup trucks and compact sport-utility vehicles, pushing the industry ...

  11. Kia 1Q Net Falls 35%; Hurt By Strong Won

    Kia Motors Corp.'s (000270.SE) first-quarter net profit fell 35% from a year earlier, hurt by gains in the won against the U.S. dollar and work stoppages.Consolidate...

  12. Asian Shares Modestly Higher

    Asian markets rose slightly early Thursday amid a lack of clear drivers while above-view economic growth data buoyed the South Korean market.Trading was lackluster a...

  1. General Motors Scores High in SUV Crash Test

    Despite safety improvements, many midsize SUVs still do not hold up well in minor front crashes, according to vehicle safety watchdog Insurance Institute for Highway...

  2. Nissan Could Sacrifice Market Share Goal

    Nissan Motor Co could sacrifice its global market share goal to reach its mid-term profitability target after slower-than-expected sales in its biggest markets left ...

  3. Kia’s new luxury marketing campaign

    Kia Motors EVP Michael Sprague on the company’s new K900 luxury sedan and marketing campaign.

  4. Detroit Auto Show: All About Sleek Speed

    To look over the roster of racy new and future vehicles at the 2014 North American International Auto Show here, the initial impression is that U.S., European and As...

  5. Hyundai Motor U.S. chief Krafcik out, Zuchowski named successor

    Hyundai Motor Co <005380.KS> said on Friday its U.S. chief, John Krafcik, is stepping down after his contract was not renewed and will be replaced by the U.S. sales ...

  6. Hyundai Motor R&D president resigns over quality problems

    Hyundai Motor Group said on Monday its research and development president, Kwon Moon-sik, and two other executives resigned over a string of quality problems as the ...

  7. U.S. safety regulators probe shattering Kia Sorento sunroofs

    U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation into an estimated 64,117 Kia <000270.KS> Sorento sport utility vehicles after receiving 15 consumer complaints th...

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