A South Korean public prosecutor’s office reportedly has indicted nine former and current Kia Motors Corp. officials for selling vehicle-production technology to a Chinese automotive-consulting firm, potentially costing Kia billions of dollars. Five of the accused have been arrested, according to the prosecutor’s office. A South Korean government-owned wire service says there are nine former and present Kia officials involved in the plot. The prosecutor’s office says in the published ...

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