Hyundai Motor Company

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Hyundai Motor Company
Hyeondae Jadongcha Jushik-hwesa
현대 자동차 주식회사
Type Public
Traded as KRX: 005380, LSEHYUD
Industry Automotive
When it was created December 29, 1967
People who started it Chung Ju-yung
Headquarters Seoul, South Korea
Area served Worldwide
Key people Seung Seok Yang (CEO)
Things made Automobiles, commercial vehicles, engines
Production output Increase 2,943,529 units (2011)
Money earned Increase US$ 97.40 billion (2011)[1]
Net income Increase US$ 04.70 billion (2011)[1]
Total assets Increase US$ 104.06 billion (2011)[1]
Employees 80,000 (2011)[1]
Parent Hyundai Motor Group
Website worldwide.hyundai.com

Hyundai Motor Company (Hangul : 현대 자동차 주식회사; Hanj : 現代自動車株式會社; Korean: 현대, Hyŏndae, hjə́ːndɛ) is a Korean car company. It is based in Seoul, South Korea. Along with Kia, it makes up the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group. The group is the world's fourth largest maker of cars as of 2009.[2] As of 2011, it is the world's fastest growing automaker for two years in a row.[3][4][5] In 2008, Hyundai (without Kia) ranked as the eighth largest automaker.[6] In 2010, Hyundai sold over 3.6 million vehicles worldwide.

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  6. "World Ranking of Manufacturers 2008 by production". OICA. http://oica.net/wp-content/uploads/world-ranking-2008.pdf.
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