The investigation by South Korean prosecutors into alleged embezzlement and other irregularities within the Hyundai Motor Group is an “unpleasant episode” that has no impact on the company’s decision to build a vehicle-assembly plant in his country, Czech Republic Prime Minister Jiri Paroubek says in a statement. The two parties were expected to sign the official contract May 18 in Seoul. However, a Hyundai Motor Group spokesman said yesterday (May 16) the absence of Chairman Chung ...

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