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India plans unaffected by Covid-19: Ho Sung Song, global president, Kia Motors

Covid-19 is a long term virus, not a short term virus. I don't think the sales in the Indian market will recover in one or two years. And that is true not only for India but for other emerging markets too, Song said.
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The concern of trade barriers is mainly between China and other developed countries; it does not apply to emerging markets. Our plan is to export from India to emerging markets and not to the US or other developed economies, he said.
The concern of trade barriers is mainly between China and other developed countries; it does not apply to emerging markets. Our plan is to export from India to emerging markets and not to the US or other developed economies, he said.
The emerging markets around the world are under a heavy influence of Covid-19, but India plans will remain unaffected, says Ho Sung Song, the global president of Kia Motors Corporation. In his first interview to an international media Song told ET, “We will use India to serve the demand for not only the domestic market but also the exports to
Hyundai is different from Kia when it comes to product portfolio issues. I am not in a position to talk about Hyundai strategy on Evs. For me Kia, point of view, we are only starting, we are just launching the second model, it is too early to talk about EV production in India. It is my humble and frank opinion.
The emerging markets around the world are under a heavy influence of Covid-19, but India plans will remain unaffected, says Ho Sung Song, the global president of Kia Motors Corporation. In his first interview to an international media Song told ET, “We will use India to serve the demand for not only the domestic market but also the exports to Hyundai is different from Kia when it comes to product portfolio issues. I am not in a position to talk about Hyundai strategy on Evs. For me Kia, point of view, we are only starting, we are just launching the second model, it is too early to talk about EV production in India. It is my humble and frank opinion.

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