Kia Motors Corp. President Chung Eui-sun will take part in the official opening of an employee-training center at the auto maker’s West Point, GA, plant tomorrow, a Kia spokesman tells Ward’s. Chung Eui-sun’s scheduled appearance comes just days after he was officially replaced as co-CEO of the auto maker. Kia shareholders last week approved the appointment of Kim Ik-whan as the auto maker’s new co-CEO in a move media reports say is due to poor earnings. Last year, Kim was named to the ...
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