The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has arrested a former board member and two company directors in a bribery case involving logging projects worth more than RM27 million.
The suspects, aged 39 to 73, were arrested after giving their statements at the MACC headquarters late yesterday afternoon.
According to a source, they are suspected of taking and receiving bribes of up to RM3 million in relation to the acquisition of a 2015 logging project covering 6,591.67 acres of land in a district in Pahang.
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