CANBERRA – Kia Motors Australia (Pty) Ltd. says its growth ambitions in Australia remain on track despite a government bribery investigation involving parent Hyundai Motor Group in South Korea. Authorities are investigating accusations of slush fund bribes for government favors. In the latest development, the Seoul prosecutor’s office has requested a warrant to detain Hyundai Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo on charges of embezzling 100 billion won ($106 million) from the company to create ...

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