Asia Motors workers accused of fraud SEOUL — A group of employees from Asia Motors Co. Inc., the commercial truckmaking subsidiary of Kia Motor Corp., owned by Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., stand accused of losing US$200 million due to export fraud, Korean press reports say. Prosecutors say about 10 employees, including six senior managers, are suspects in the case. An Asia Motor dealer in Brazil also has been indicted in the case for refusing to pay for the import of more than 20,000 Asia Motor ...

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