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Reporter : Kim Hyun-bin
Thu, February 22, 2024 | 20:20
Renault Korea launches R: Xperience with customers in mind
Renault Korea is set to unveil the second update of its integrated customer experience program Renault Experience (R: Xperience), titled Value Up, starting September.
Korea protests France's EV subsidy rules
Korea is expressing strong concerns over France's proposed revision of electric vehicle (EV) subsidies as it could violate the Korea-European Union (EU) Free Trade Agreement (FTA), according to industry officials and trade experts, Wednesday.
Jobseekers face tougher path to Samsung, SK, Hyundai Motor, LG
A 27-year-old jobseeker surnamed Kim is aiming to secure employment in the latter part of this year, eagerly anticipating recruitment announcements from Samsung and other large companies.
Samsung expands Hope Stepping Stone program to support youth employment
Samsung has initiated Samsung Hope Stepping Stone 2.0, a program aimed at supporting the economic independence of young people through employment in education. Samsung held the launch event for the program at Samsung Electronics' talent development institute known as The UniverSE in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province, Tuesday.
Hyundai Motor, Landfill Site Management Corp. collaborate on biogas production
Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) and Landfill Site Management Corp. signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on eco-friendly hydrogen production technology in Seoul, Tuesday.
Hyundai launches Avante N in China
Hyundai's joint venture in China, Beijing Hyundai Motor, released the Avante N on Friday, becoming Hyundai's first high-performance N-line model launched in China. Courtesy of Beijing Hyundai Motor
SK chief says actively expressing opinions leads to solutions
SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won encouraged employees to actively express their opinions so that they can find solutions together and emphasized that speaking out is the starting point of deep changes, fundamental innovation and happiness.
Hyundai Mobis to participate in IAA Mobility to capture European market
Hyundai Mobis will participate in IAA Mobility 2023, which will be held in Munich, Germany, from Sept. 5 to Sept. 10, to showcase around 20 new technologies including electric vehicles (EV) and autonomous driving.
Hyundai Motor shifts focus to India from China, Russia
Hyundai Motor is redirecting its focus toward India to offset plunging sales in China and Russia as demand for cars has been exploding in the South Asian country in recent years in line with its robust economic growth, according company officials and industry experts, Thursday.
Korea 'hugely important' market for Mercedes-Benz: company chairman
Mercedes-Benz Chairman Ola Kallenius said Thursday that the German luxury car brand plans to further expand collaboration with Korean partners and finds the local market to be “hugely important” for the carmaker during a press conference held at The Shilla hotel in Seoul.
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