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Hyundai Breaks Ground on New Facility in Georgia

by Alex Forster
An auto parts subsidiary of Hyundai broke ground last week on a new $35 million facility in the state of Georgia. Hyundai already operates a major car manufacturing facility in Alabama and its subsidiary, Kia, operates another one in Georgia.
In what has been described as a “can’t miss” event by CEO Rich Cooper of the Ports for Indiana, over 300 executives, exporters, importers and business leaders from Indiana’s rail, ports and shipping industries will convene at the Indiana Convention Center on October 9th and 10th...
In August 2013, forty students from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) completed six-week internships at various governmental and civil society organizations all over the United States through the USAID-funded Assessment and Strengthening Program (ASP).
Korean auto manufacturer Hyundai’s US division has announced that it will defer all payments due on car loans and leases for federal employees furloughed under the current government shutdown.

ASEAN in the Power Web

by Julio Amador III
The regional body will need to work hard, if it is to maintain its position at the center of Asia-Pacific power relations.