Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. Chairman Chung Mong-koo and vice chairman Kim Dong-Jin now will face sentencing Sept. 6, following a grueling afternoon in the Seoul High Court today. "All of the arguments have now been heard," an insider tells Ward's. "There will be no more hearings. "Next comes the final (ruling), so we are all crossing our fingers." The decision to push back sentencing until next week marks the latest in a string of delays in the case. Initially, the court was to decide the ...

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