KIA Motors Starts Hiring in Pakistan

After a gap of nearly a decade, KIA is all set to make a comeback in Pakistan as the Kia-Lucky joint venture; a Yunus Brothers Group company (YBG) is now hiring candidates in various disciplines as an ad was published in leading newspapers earlier this week.

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Earlier in June, the Ministry of Industry and Production allowed United Motors Private Limited, Kia-Lucky Motors Pakistan Limited and Nishat Group to set up units for assembly and manufacturing of vehicles under the Greenfield investment category.

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South Korean car maker KIA Motor Company, in collaboration with YBG and an investment of Rs 12 billion ($115 million) will set up a plant and manufacture KIA branded vehicles in Pakistan. KIA’s re-entry in Pakistan will boost government efforts to shake up the Japanese-dominated car market and will likely loosen the grip of Toyota, Honda and Suzuki.

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