Seoul prosecutors take into custody a former high-ranking government official June 21 in Korea as they continue to build their bribery case against Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo. Chung has been jailed since April, charged with breach of trust and embezzling about $110 million in company funds in an illegal slush-fund scheme to offer cash for political favors. The latest suspect, arrested under an emergency apprehension order, is Yon Won-young, former CEO of the Korea Asset ...

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