April 27 (Reuters) - South Korean prosecutors have requested a warrant to arrest the chairman of Hyundai Motor group, the world's seventh-biggest auto maker, on charges that Chung Mong-koo engaged in embezzlement and breach of trust. Prosecutors would also seek to indict Chung Eui-sun, the chairman's son and president of Kia Motors Corp. , senior prosecutor Chae Dong-wook said at a briefing on Thursday. Prosecutors are investigating whether the Hyundai group, South Korea's second-biggest ...
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