Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo is conducting company business from prison, Korean media reports say. Senior Prosecutor Chae Dong-wook reportedly is working with the Korea Corrections Bureau to enable Chung to run his family-controlled conglomerate from his cell at the Seoul Detention Center, where he has been given special permission to receive more than one visitor per day. “Chairman Chung may meet with his various directors and advisors in order to continue conducting ...

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