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Hyundai Motor quarterly profit rises 46 percent

Hyundai Motor's first-quarter profit rose 46 percent as gains in overseas vehicle sales countered a sluggish domestic market.Full story

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Quake may dethrone Toyota as top automaker

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In a file picture taken on September 27, 2010 Hyundai Motor's sedan Sonata is displayed at its branch in Seoul. South Korea's top automaker Hyundai Motor and the local unit of French automaker Renault SA will recall almost 150,000 cars due to a manufacturing defect and a safety problem, officials

People visit a dealership of Hyundai Motor in Seoul
People visit a dealership of Hyundai Motor in Seoul

People visit a dealership of Hyundai Motor in Seoul October 1, 2010. South Korea's Hyundai Motor reported a nearly 2 percent rise in car sales in September from a year ago due to fewer operating days, but its shipments showed double-digit growth in the United States and China. REUTERS/Truth Leem (