Kia Motors Corp. President and CEO Chung Eui-sun met with South Korean prosecutors in Seoul April 20 and was questioned for 18 hours regarding a Hyundai Motor Group bribery probe. Published reports in Seoul say senior prosecutor Chae Dong-wook claims Chung “partially confirmed” some of the allegations of corporate misconduct. “The investigation went well, and we can summon him again, if necessary,” he is quoted as saying. At issue are alleged bribes said to have been paid to public ...

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