Hyundai Motor halts work at factory after worker tests positive for coronavirus
Friday, 28 February 2020 Hyundai Motor shut down a factory in South Korea on Friday after a worker tested positive for the new coronavirus, disrupting production of popular models such as Palisade sport utility vehicle.
A Hyundai Motor auto worker has tested positive for the new coronavirus. The confirmed diagnosis has lead to a suspension of production at one its factories in South Korea. Shares of the automaker dipped more than 5% after the news broke. South Korea has the most infected people outside China,...
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Hyundai Motor suspended production at one of its factories in South Korea's southeastern city of Ulsan after a worker tested positive for coronavirus, a union... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •Just-Auto •engadget