Mubadala Investment strikes MoU with Hyundai Motor

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Hyundai Motor Company and Mubadala Investment Company, an Abu Dhabi-based global sovereign investor, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly explore potential business opportunities and synergies for future mobility and technologies.

This MoU marks the beginning of a strategic collaboration that will drive progress in future mobility and clean technologies.

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Waleed Al Mokarrab Al Muhairi
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“This strategic partnership with Hyundai Motor Company marks a significant milestone in our journey to further diversify our portfolio across sectors that are shaping the future of the global economy such as mobility, green technology, and energy. Through our combined strengths and expertise, we will surface new investment opportunities that are in line with our strategic growth ambitions and sustainability agendas. We look forward to collaborating with Hyundai Motor Company and expanding our presence in South Korea.”

The agreement will allow both parties to jointly invest and share expertise, leveraging the advantages of Mubadala’s investments and Hyundai Motor’s expertise in various fields, including green steel production, green aluminum production, and recycling, as well as advanced air mobility (AAM), and infrastructure for electric vehicles.

Further, Hyundai Motor and Mubadala will seek to unlock potential investment opportunities, as per the statement.

Mr. Jaehoon Chang, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Company, stated that, “This collaboration capitalizes on the organic synergy between Hyundai Motor’s eco-friendly and futuristic business strategies, including hydrogen, green steel, green aluminum as well as future mobility technologies, and Mubadala’s investment portfolio. Hyundai Motor will continue to pursue diverse partnerships to achieve a sustainable future and contribute to the global energy transition.”

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