• DOST-SEI Cites HARI Foundation Efforts in Science Awareness and Education

      HARI Foundation, Inc. (HFI), the corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), was recognized as a valuable partner of the Department of Science and Technology- Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) in actively creating awareness on the causes and effects of global warming and climate change, and in promoting the value of climate and marine science as a field of study among the youth.   HFI Executive Director Renato Pizarro (extreme right) received the …

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  • Hyundai Champions Revitalized Interest in Philippine Natural History

    The Hyundai Philippines Entrance Hall is poised to welcome a new generation of visitors to the newly renovated National Museum of Natural History, proud repository of the country’s rich scientific and cultural past.   September 30, 2017, Rizal Park, City of Manila. The Hyundai Philippines Entrance Hall welcomed VIP guests, donors, and stakeholders to the inauguration of the newly renovated National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), the proud repository of the country’s rich scientific and …

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  • Hyundai Launches a Digital Art Competition for Filipino Creatives

    Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI), the Philippines’ official distributor of Hyundai vehicles, embraces innovation that goes beyond vehicle technology. This extends to supporting Filipino artistry as an expression of HARI’s love and zest to empower everyone to get more out of life.

    To celebrate Filipino ingenuity, HARI holds an OPEN CALL for its first ever 2-part Digital Art Competition. Filipino students and professionals, aged 18 and above, who are into digital design are encouraged to …

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  • Hyundai Salutes a Filipino iCON for Biodiversity

    HFI Chairman Richard L. Lee and President Ma. Fe Perez Agudo presented the Hyundai Icon for Biodiversity to Dr. Angel Alcala   Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) through its corporate social responsibility arm, HARI Foundation, Inc. (HFI), bestowed the first-ever Hyundai Icon for Biodiversity to eminent Filipino scientist, Dr. Angel C. Alcala, whose body of work in marine science research and education has driven public awareness and action in favor of Philippine biodiversity.   Dr. Alcala …

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  • Hyundai iCONs for Biodiversity: Educators for Sustainability

        HFI Chairman Richard L. Lee and President Ma. Fe Perez Agudo presented the Hyundai Icon for Biodiversity to Dr. Leo Tan Wee Hin of Singapore (top photo); Dr. Dang Huy Huynh of Viet Nam (second photo); and Sophea Chhin of Cambodia (bottom photo).   Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) through its corporate social responsibility arm, HARI Foundation, Inc. (HFI), bestowed the first-ever Hyundai Icon for Biodiversity to four ASEAN scientist/academics. The special citation was given during the …

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Archives / 2011 / April
  • Hyundai’s Fuel-Efficient Vehicles Topped Sales in April

      Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai in the Philippines, registered an uptrend for its fuel-saving vehicles in its latest sales report, posting strong market turnouts for the Accent and Sonata models under the Passenger Car (PC) segment, and the Santa Fe, Tucson, and Grand Starex units for the Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) category.   For the PC segment, the Accent yielded a 30% month-to-date (m-t-d) sales growth, followed by the Sonata that set off …

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  • Hyundai March Sales Up by 6% 2011 Outlook Continues to be Positive

      Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc., official distributor of Hyundai Motor Company in the Philippines, announced that its sales for the month of March increased by 6% versus its 1,538 unit sales in the previous month. Contributing to the total sales boost of Hyundai in the month of March was recently introduced Hyundai Accent which grew by 203% compared to its February unit sales. In the LCV segment, Tucson sales grew by 88% and the Santa Fe by 89% while the H-100 contributed its share with a 43% …

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