A Hyundai logo is seen on the car maker's booth during the first media day of the Geneva Auto Show at the Palexpo in Geneva.
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South Korea groups Hyundai and Doosan have suspended construction of a 1,400-megawatt Libyan power plant in the town of Sirte because of security concerns, the plant's managing director and a town council spokesman said.The gulf power plant was scheduled to start operating in 2014 with four oil-fired units of 350 MW each.Only one 175 MW unit has started production so far.Around 52 Libyan engineers have taken over operation of the plant from the departing South Korean staff, Makhyoune said.
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