Hyundai forecasts weak Q4, strong eco-friendly sales; Dinner celebrates Japanese ties; Food truck court opens in Birmingham

Hyundai Motor expects its sales will continue to decline in the fourth quarter of this year

Hyundai forecasts weak fourth quarter, strong eco sales

Hyundai Motor expects its sales will continue to decline in the fourth quarter of this year, citing the continued shortage of automotive chips, the war in Ukraine and other conditions. But the company expects global demand to increase for its SUVs and eco-friendly vehicles, including the Santa Fe HEV that will be produced in Alabama beginning this month.  – Korea Times

 

Dinner celebrates Japanese ties

The Japan-America Society of Alabama dinner in Huntsville showcased economic and cultural ties between Alabama and Japan. Ed Castile, director of workforce development for the state, was honored, as were six Japanese companies that launched growth plans in Alabama. – Made in Alabama

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Food truck court opens in Birmingham

Attorney and developer Eric Guster has opened a food truck court in downtown Birmingham to bring food trucks together. Third Avenue Food Court opens this week with two trucks as vendors. Trucks can lease space on a monthly basis.AL.com

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