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Consumer Behaviour in Hyundai Motors
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Globalization and Employment
Relations in the Korean Auto Industry:
The Case of the Hyundai Motor
Company in Korea, Canada and India
RUSSELL D. LANSBURY*, SEUNG-HO KWON** & CHUNGSOK SUH†
*University of Sydney, **School of International Business, University...
The Korea automobile company, Hyundai Motor Company (HMC), focused on developing the overseas markets due to the small domestic market and Asian financial crisis in 1997. At that time, one of the countries with fastest-growing economies, China, has attracted Hyundai Motor to move into its market.
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My deep sense of gratitude to MR.G.NAGARAJAN, CUSTOMER CARE MANAGER, KUN UNTIED HYUNDAI support and guidance. Thanks and appreciation to the help people at KUSHIAGUDA KUN UNITED HYUNDAI for their support.
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1.3 Role of Government: 4
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2.3 Contribution 5
2.4 Segments of automobiles 6
2.5 Latest developments 7
3 Trend analysis 7
3.1 Top Automobile Companies 7
3.2 Sales trend analysis 9
3.3 Production trend analysis 11
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ASIA PACIFIC INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 3- 4 INSTITUTIONAL AREA, JASOLA, NEW DELHI.
Project Outline 4
Executive Summary 6
PESTEL Analysis 8
PORTER’S Five Forces Industry Analysis 10
Key Success Factors 12
Appraisal of Company Resources 14
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Review of Strategic Options 18
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Gitam Institute of Management, GITAM University, Visakhapatnam
Analysis of the Automobile Industry
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