Hyundai Motor
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Top 50 rank: N.A.
Rank in Motor Vehicles: 10 (Previous rank: 14*)
Overall score: 4.41

Address: 231 Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu
Seoul, South Korea 137-938
Phone: 82-2-3464-1114
Nine key attributes of reputation Industry rank
Innovation 12
People management 12
Use of corporate assets 7
Social responsibility 14
Quality of management 12
Financial soundness 9
Long-term investment 8
Quality of products/services 10
Global competitiveness 8
Industry: Motor Vehicles
Most Admired
1 BMW 6.50
2 Toyota Motor 6.25
3 Honda Motor 5.99
4 Volkswagen 5.22
5 Nissan Motor 5.17
6 Daimler 5.00
7 General Motors 4.73
8 Renault 4.57
Rank Company Overall score
9 Volvo 4.50
10 Hyundai Motor 4.41
10 Suzuki Motor 4.41
12 Mazda Motor 4.34
13 PSA Peugeot Citroën 4.28
14 Ford Motor 3.89
15 Fiat 3.56
From the March 16, 2009 issue
†Only companies that score in the top half of their industry survey are listed as Most Admired. The rest are listed as contenders.
*This year companies whose industry scores are equal when rounded to two places will receive the same rank. i.e., they will tie. In cases of ties, companies are listed in alphabetical order.
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