Will Singapore’s Keppel O&M Scandal Drive Reform?
Singaporeans debate whether warning to former executives of government-linked firm was too soft
By: Toh Han Shih
On January 11, Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB), after consulting with the Attorney General’s Chambers, gave “stern warnings” to six former senior executives of the government-linked Keppel O&M (KOM), the world’s biggest builder of oil rigs, over an international bribery scandal in Brazil. The CPIB has not named …
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