Kia Motors Corp. reportedly has delayed the groundbreaking ceremony for its first U.S. plant in West Point, GA, indefinitely. Kia was to have broken ground for the plant on April 26, but The Wall Street Journal reports the ceremony has been delayed due to the South Korean government banning Kia CEO Chung Eui-sun from traveling outside the country. Kia, as well as its sister company Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., is embroiled in a bribery scandal in South Korea. The country’s government has ...
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