The public prosecutor’s probe into a “jobs for sale” scheme at Kia Motors Corp.’s South Korea Gwanju plant shows roughly 10% of all workers hired last year bribed management, union officials or job brokers to land their jobs, prosecutors say in a news conference. So far, prosecutors have found 120 out of the 1,226 workers hired paid bribes amounting to 2.4 billion won ($2.34 million). (See related story: Kia Hiring-Practices Investigation Deepens) Reporting on the progress of their ...

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