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Hyundai takes 2nd spot in ChinaBy 최희석
Published : Jan. 2, 2011 - 17:45
With the increase, the group took 9 percent of the Chinese market and became the second-largest automotive group operating in China, the company said.
Hyundai was fourth with about 700,000 units sold in China while Kia came in at 13th place with 330,000 units.
In addition, the two carmakers’ sales in the U.S. also came in at a record high last year with 830,000 vehicles sold in the market.
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