Hyundai Heavy Aims For $7.5B In Orders

Thursday, January 06, 2000
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. has set its goals high for 2000, aiming to garner shipbuilding orders with a value of $7.57 billion, up nearly 20% from an estimated $6.35 billion in 1999, a company spokesman was quoted as saying.

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