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1 Hyundai often brags about its line of cars rated 40 miles per gallon on the highway, and said 37% of the vehicles it sold in October were 40-mpg models.
2 Korean corporate offices used to be for Koreans only, but now firms like carmaker Hyundai Motor recognize they have to be more open to outsiders and foreign ideas to compete on a global scale.
3 The automaker announced in the first week of January it was launching the Hyundai Assurance program to let buyers or lessees return their new vehicles for up to a year if they lost their jobs.
4 Volkswagen has not yet opened a plant in the United States, and BMW and Hyundai each have one plant.
5 GM and Ford may have been flattered by an uptick in fleet sales, but Nissan's sales climbed by 16%, while those of Hyundai, the fastest-growing volume brand in America last year, grew by 24%.
6 Ms. Cha, whose name, coincidentally enough, is Korean for “vehicle, ” now also appears on a prime-time television commercial for Hyundai.
7 In carmaking, for instance, Japan has Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Daihatsu, Mazda and Subaru. South Korea mainly has Hyundai.
8 They've also set up JV's with Hyundai, Carrefour, Fuji Heavy Industries and Germany's Aunde Group.
9 Apart from pledging to allow family reunions and Tours of his country (managed by Hyundai), the North Korean leader promised to "energise" the joint inter-Korean industrial park in Kaesong.
10 Switzerland's Credit Suisse was denounced by Hyundai Securities, which publicly castigated the firm after it halved its target price for the South Korean broker.
11 A lot has been done to change a very ingrained image of Hyundai in a very short time.
12 Hyundai followed up its Super Bowl gambit with an AD blitz in ABC's Academy Awards broadcast, its first national play with the Oscars.
13 Its trademark is the use of italics in the oval H, H is the English name HYUNDAI Hyundai's first capital letter.
14 Hyundai slowly beefed up its design capabilities over the past decade, adding staff in South Korea and building new design centers in Irvine, Calif., in 2002 and Russelsheim, Germany, in 2003.
15 The pardons granted by President Lee Myung-Bak include Hyundai Motor chief Chung Mong-koo, SK Group chairman Chey Tae-won, and Hanwha Group chairman Kim Seung-youn.
16 Toyota, Honda and Nissan have been joined by Hyundai and its sister brand Kia in a fragmented market where seven manufacturers each have more than 5% of the market (see chart).
17 Daimler, Hyundai, Honda and Toyota have all announced plans in recent months to have fuel-cell vehicles available for the consumer market by 2015.
18 Because Equus is sold through Hyundai dealerships, a middle-of-the-road brand, dealers routinely pick up cars and deliver loaners to customers' homes and businesses.
19 In the middle part of this decade, Hyundai management ranks had a revolving door, and there was a great deal of instability at the company.
20 Before the recession, "these same people [that] never would have been caught dead in a Hyundai" might have worried about what their neighbors would think, said Mr. Fink.
21 President Lee Myung-bak (the ex-boss of a Hyundai firm) has pardoned dozens of chaebol bosses convicted of corporate crimes.
22 Still, the Lincoln MKS, Buick LaCrosse CXS and Hyundai Genesis all have cushy interiors and high-tech electronics that make long trips a pleasure.
23 By redesigning the roofs of the Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage, the Korean automaker was able to earn a good rating for both.
24 Innocean also provides media oversight, promotion and events planning for both Hyundai and affiliate Kia Motors America.
25 The lucky pardonees included the bosses of Hyundai Motor, Korea’s largest car firm, and SK, a chaebol (conglomerate) with interests in telecoms and energy.
26 In foreign policy terms, that's like deciding that because you can't afford a Hummer, you'll drive a Hyundai instead.
27 quality of Hyundai cars was said to be so poor that they could only be sold with extended warranties to students in America.
28 Even before that, Pyongyang's greed in extorting inflated fees from Hyundai ensured that no other chaebol has ventured north.
29 But no one is taking Hyundai lightly anymore, especially those who recall how Toyota (TM), Honda (HMC) and Nissan were underestimated.
30 For Hyundai, the overall results were clear: Sales and market share were up, and its brand image overhauled.