The Central Investigation Dept. of Korea’s Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office has taken over an investigation into an alleged “jobs for sale” bribery scandal at Kia Motors Corp.’s Gwanju plant. Prosecutor General Song Kwang-soo says in a statement that his office is looking into allegations that officials at Kia Motors, its trade union and supplier Hyundai Mobis took bribes to secure jobs for applicants at the plant. The investigation originally was launched by the Gwanju District ...

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