SEOUL – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. has been in turmoil since the Sunday (March 27) raid on its headquarters by the Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office, part of a bribe scandal rocking the business sector here, a company insider tells Ward's. A hundred government agents seized more than 80 cases of computer disks and printed files in the early morning raid on Hyundai, Kia Motors Corp. and Glovis Co. Ltd., an affiliated logistics company. Prosecutors allege Hyundai and Kia funneled tens of ...

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