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Comment: Low-profile Hong Kong graft case highlights difficulty of targeting firms under city's bribery law

By Ben Lucas
  • 20 Jan 2021 23:47
  • 20 Jan 2021 23:47
It’s rare to see a company prosecuted for corruption in Hong Kong. 

But on Nov. 24 last year, a local wholesaler of musical instruments, Chairman Instruments Trading Limited, along with its director, Yeung Lok-Wah, and sales director Tang Pui-wun, were jointly charged with six counts of corruption.

They were accused of

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