SEOUL – The Seoul Supreme Prosecutor’s Office slaps a travel ban on Kia Motors Corp. President Chung Eui-sun, following the departure of his father, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. Chairman and CEO Chung Mong-koo, for the U.S. just a few days earlier. Hyundai, Kia and their logistics arm, Glovis Co., are embroiled in an investigation over possible bribes paid to public officials. The prosecutor earlier had enjoined several key executives within the Group from leaving the country, including the ...

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