South Korea orders Hyundai-Kia to recall 240,000 vehicles
South Korea’s transport ministry has ordered the compulsory recall of some 240,000 vehicles, following a tip off from a whistleblower.
Hyundai employee Kim Gwang-ho raised concerns about defects affecting a dozen car models manufactured by the company and its affiliate Kia.
The 55-year-old, who had worked at the company for over 25 years, told the press his conscience wouldn’t allow him to let people travel in vehicles he knew to be faulty.
Hyundai Motor filed a lawsuit against him, which was…
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