By on April 25, 2013

Yesterday, South Korea’s Financial News said Kia is talking to Georgia state officials about constructing a new plant, called “KMMG 2” with an annual output of 150,000 units. This in addition to the plant Kia already has in West Point, GA. Reuters asked around, and received nothing but denials.

“The report is all groundless,” a Kia Motors spokesman told the wire. A spokeswoman for the Georgia department of economic development said there are no talks, but she would welcome them should they ever happen. West Point Mayor Drew Ferguson likewise was oblivious. It sounds like the plans for the plant were Made Up In Korea.

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