S.Korea indicts equity fund head, ex-KAMCO chief


SEOUL, June 30 (Reuters) - South Korean prosecutors indicted the chief of a local private equity fund and the former head of a state restructuring agency on Friday on bribery charges linked to a Hyundai Motor probe, a prosecution official said. Byeon Yangho, the managing director of Vogo Fund and a former finance ministry official, and Yon Won Young, former president of Korea Asset Management Corp. (KAMCO), are being questioned about their actions in their previous jobs. The indictments ...

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