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South Korean investigators raided the office of the National Pension Service, the world’s third-largest pension fund, on Wednesday in their probe over a corruption scandal that led to parliament’s recent vote to impeach the president.

A special prosecutor investigating the scandal is looking into the NPS decision last year to approve the $8 billion merger of two Samsung Group affiliates, an official from the special prosecutor’s office said.

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