Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo spent several hours with prosecutors in Seoul Thursday, a Hyundai spokesman tells Ward’s, but it is not clear whether any charges were brought against him. The spokesman at first said Chung had been taken into custody but later said he had misspoken. “It is our understanding that Chairman Chung has been arrested after reporting to the prosecutor’s office voluntarily. We are absolutely disappointed. There is massive disappointment here,” the ...
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