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South Korea: Government amnesty sees former Daewoo chairman freed from prison

The former chairman of the bankrupted Daewoo Group, Kim Woo-choong, was freed from prison on 2 January as part of a South Korean government amnesty for 75 prisoners announced on New Year’s Eve.Kim Woo-choong, who was given an eight and a half year … This content is available only to members of Automotive World with a ...

The former chairman of the bankrupted Daewoo Group, Kim Woo-choong, was freed from prison on 2 January as part of a South Korean government amnesty for 75 prisoners announced on New Year’s Eve.

Kim Woo-choong, who was given an eight and a half year …

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