Prosecutors on Tuesday questioned 27 people, including doctors from six hospitals, in an investigation of alleged bribery by a distributor of medical products.
Prosecutors and law enforcement officials on Tuesday also searched the premises of the company — Rotary Trading Co. (老達利) which is the Taiwan distributor of Toshiba medical products — and its subsidiaries and affiliated enterprises, and the homes and offices of the people allegedly involved in the scandal.
A total of 27 suspects and witnesses were interrogated, including doctors mostly from the departments of radiology, hepatobiliary and gastroenterology at six hospitals, prosecutors said.
Rotary Trading Chairman Lin Yu-liang (林育良) and seven chief physicians were among the people questioned, prosecutors said.
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