S.Korean prosecutors raid Hyundai Motor affiliate


SEOUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - South Korean prosecutors raided on Thursday a leasing and lending unit of the country's top auto maker, Hyundai Motor , a spokesman for the affiliate told Reuters. "Prosecutors began searching through our offices from 11 o'clock (0200 GMT) this morning, but we are not aware of the reason," the spokesman at unlisted Hyundai Capital said by telephone. The move comes amid a series of investigations by prosecutors at other business groups, including Samsung Group ...

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