It was a hectic 3-hour session in the Seoul High Court Monday, as lawyers for Chung Mong-koo wrangled with public prosecutors seeking a stiffer 6-year prison sentence for the embattled Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. chairman. Chung currently is out on bail while appealing a 3-year prison sentence for embezzlement of company funds and breach of public trust. Prosecutors asked the court to order a longer prison stay, while at the same time Chung and his lawyers argued his current sentence should ...

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