South Korean prosecutors now suspect bribes were involved when Hyundai Motor Group acquired its current headquarters tower in southern Seoul in 2001. Prosecutors allege Hyundai and its affiliates created slush funds for political favors. Senior Prosecutor Chae Dong-wook says a prominent agricultural financial official has been arrested for questioning regarding the purchase of the building in Yangjae-dong, which at the time was owned by the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation ...

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