SOUTH KOREA: Prosecutors say 2.44 billion won paid in Kia plant jobs-for-cash scandal
Among 1,079 workers employed at a Kia Motors assembly plant in the southwestern city of Kwangju, about 200 miles south of Seoul, 120 were found to have paid money to the automaker's managers and union staff in return for jobs, according to a report in the Korea Times.
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