Lawyers are mounting a legal case to get Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo released on bail, a Hyundai insider tells Ward’s. “We hope to have our center player back among us very soon,” the source says. “There is some kind of statutory minimum stay involved, and so it will be at least 10-15 days, but we expect to get him back soon.” Chung was arrested by South Korean police April 28 on charges of embezzlement and misappropriation. He is being held at the Seoul Detention Center, ...
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