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12 December 2018 By Robyn Mak

A radical shake-up in the upper ranks of the Korean autos conglomerate should help de facto boss Euisun Chung repair multiple dents. Flagging sales and restructuring demands from activist Elliott are top of his to-do list. A firmer hand should drive progress on both.

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