SEOUL – The Seoul Supreme Prosecutor’s investigation into possible illicit financial dealings at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., Kia Motors Corp. and their logistics affiliate Glovis Co. Ltd. now is focusing on a new 22-story research and development and general purpose office tower. The office complex is slated to be built alongside the existing 21-story Hyundai Motor Group headquarters building in Seoul’s Yangjae-dong district. The prosecutor’s office believes bribes may have been offered to ...

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