Koh Tae-bong at Hi Investment and Securities said, "There are positive expectations for Hyundai as the company went through a structural change under vice chairman Chung Eui-sun. But there are still uncertainties hovering over it such as possible punitive tariffs in the U.S., rising parts costs and rising labor costs from the increased minimum wage." … [Read more...] about Hyundai’s Profits at Historic Low
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In 2017 a Kia Soul burst into flames and killed the 48-year driver who was sitting in the vehicle in his own garage in Ohio while his mother looked on. The consumer group then focused its attention on other fires involving Hyundais and Kias and petitioned the NHTSA to investigate. … [Read more...] about Hyundai-Kia Could Face Recall of 3 Million Cars in U.S.
"The fact the Government has been quite specific in how it has framed the bill up so that it's not written in the legislation that it will stay at 50-50; the fact that it doesn't have to go back into Parliament to change from 50-50 — that was a level of concern for our organisation and people all over the Territory before we heard these comments from Senator Lambie," he said. … [Read more...] about NT’s Cashless Debit Card program will still see recipients receive 50 per cent cash, says Social Services Minister Anne Ruston
"It didn't work very well and was too restrictive about where you could purchase things. We ended up withdrawing our support for the cashless Basics Card; whereas the Cashless Welfare Card is a totally different ball game." … [Read more...] about Cashless welfare card could unfairly target thousands of Aboriginal people in the NT, Senate committee hears