(Editor’s note: The story below has been corrected. Chung Sung-eun mistakenly was identified as Chung Eui-sun in the original posting.) Kia Motors Corp. confirms CEO Chung Sung-eun has resigned in connection with the recent recall of some 54,800 Soul and Sorento cross/utility vehicles to repair defective wiring harnesses that could cause fires. The recalls include 35,000 vehicles in the U.S., 18,000 in Korea and 1,800 in Brazil, according to Hyundai. “Mr. Chung left the company ...

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