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Capacity expansion spurs turnaround on Hyundai outlook

S&P believes that capacity makes all the difference when it comes to market share expectations

South Korea's largest vehicle manufacturer, Hyundai Motor, got off to a slow sales start this year both at home and abroad. However, some analysts believe that the OEM's core strength and strategic investments will see it through any challenges that lie ahead. In spite of muted results last year and the slow start to 2015, Standard & Poor's (S&P) has even revised its outlook from one of shrinking market share to expectations to a forecast of expansion and growth.

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