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Kia America Announces July Sales Of 70,099 Units
Kia Corp July Global Sales Up 9% To 241,399 Vehicles
Kia Corp Q2 Operating Profit $1.3 Bln, Up 925% From Year Earlier
Kia Corp, formerly Kia Motors Corp, is a Korea-based company principally engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of automobiles. The Company's products include passenger vehicles, recreational vehicles (RVs), taxi, bus, commercial vehicles as well as hybrid vehicles under the brand names of K3, K5, K7, K9, Soul, Sedona, Sorento, Sportage and others. In addition, the Company also engaged in the manufacturing of automobile components, as well as prevision of rental and maintenance services. The Company sells its products in domestic and overseas market such as North America, Europe and other Asian countries.
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12, Heolleung-ro, Seocho-gu
Ui Seon Jung
Chairman of the Board
Ho Seong Song
President, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Director
Jun Yeong Choi
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Vice President, Director
Wu Jeong Joo
Vice President, Director
Hyeok Ho Gwon
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Kia Motors said on Friday it will cancel two days of production next week at its assembly plant in the state of Georgia to address supply chain issues.
* Hyundai, Kia say not in talks with Apple on autonomous vehicles
South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Corp said on Monday they are not in talks with Apple Inc on developing autonomous vehicles, sending their shares tumbling.
South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Corp said on Monday they are not in talks with Apple Inc on developing autonomous vehicles.
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South Korea's Kia Corp shares surged to their highest in over two decades on Wednesday after a local media report said the carmaker will sign a 4 trillion won ($3.59 billion) deal with Apple Inc to build electric vehicles.
* KOSPI rises, foreigners net buyers * Korean won gains against U.S. dollar * South Korea benchmark bond yield rises SEOUL, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korean shares rose for a third straight session on Wednesday, as auto shares...
* Kia reviewing cooperation with various firms, no mention of Apple
* 2021 target seen as realistic as car demand recovers (Recasts and adds analyst comment)
South Korean workers for Kia Motors Corp have agreed to a freeze in base salary for the first time in 11 years under a preliminary deal with the automaker following 16 rounds of negotiations, a union official said on Tuesday.
South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Group on Thursday said it is launching a brand dedicated to its hydrogen fuel cell system in a move meant to boost that business.
Kia Motors Corp said on Saturday it is recalling 295,000 U.S. vehicles for engine fire risks.
Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors' U.S. units on Friday agreed to a record $210 million civil penalty after U.S. auto safety regulators said they failed to recall 1.6 million vehicles for engine issues in a timely fashion.
Hyundai Motor Co's and Kia Motors Corp's U.S. units on Friday agreed to a record-setting $210 million civil penalty after U.S. auto safety regulators over the untimely recalls of 1.6 million engines for fire risks.
Unionised workers at Kia Motors Corp in South Korea will launch a partial strike on Nov. 24 over wages and worries about job security as the automaker pursues plans to produce electric vehicles (EV), Kia's union said on Thursday.
* Shares rally on firm sales performance (Adds comments from earnings briefing, analyst)
South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co said on Monday it swung to a net loss in the July-September quarter, missing analysts' estimates by a large margin as a charge related to engine issues weighed on earnings.
Shares in South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co and affiliate Kia Motors Corp tumbled as much as 6% on Tuesday after warning third-quarter earnings would be hit by a further $3 billion in charges related to engine problems.
Hyundai Motor and affiliate Kia Motors warned of another $2.9 billion of provisions related to engine issues, bringing their total hit from the years-long quality problem that has tarnished their credibility to nearly $5 billion.
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