Hyundai Motor Group spokesmen ducked media questions regarding Chairman Chung Mong-koo’s health after he appeared in a wheelchair at a June 12 hearing in Seoul District Court. One Hyundai spokesman hung up when asked for comment and another claimed to know nothing about Chung’s condition. However, Chung, 68, reportedly told the 3-judge panel he is suffering from high-blood pressure, pains in his joints and dizziness. Chung’s lawyers say he now is being held in a hospital facility ...

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