Along with the celebration of its 50th year in the automotive industry, Hyundai PH becomes the official mobility partner of the ASEAN 50 Summit and the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit (ABIS) that will happen in Manila this November.
As such, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the country will provide 50 units of the 14-seater H350 luxury van to aid the transport needs of the 2 important events.
“It is significant that ASEAN and Hyundai coincide in celebrating 50 years of their respective journeys toward sustainability and shared prosperity. It is even more significant that our paths should converge in the Philippines. It is a double honor to be part of this historic meeting of influential minds.”
In addition, the participation of the Korean automotive in ASEAN 50 is said to symbolize its confidence in the investment condition in ASEAN, as well as a gateway to regional expansion.
As a matter of fact, this is not the first time that Hyundai took part in a high-level international forum. They had also participated in events such as the 45th ADB Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors, ASEAN Finance Ministers Investments Seminar (AFMIS), and World Economic Forum East Asia (WEF-EA).
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