Three men in the motor trade were charged on Tuesday (Aug 25) with offering and accepting bribes of about $12,000 in total between 2016 and 2017.
The first, Eng Keng Hiong, a 35-year-old Singaporean, was a motor claims consultant of SK Automobile, an automobile servicing, and repair business.
He was charged with nine counts of giving bribes, amounting to about $10,900, to three service advisers of Kah Motor in exchange for diverting business from the company to SK Automobile or divulging information about Kah Motor’s customers to him.
Kah Motor is the sole authorized distributor for Honda automobiles in Singapore. It also has an automobile servicing and repair business.
The original full article can be found at straitstimes.com
(Photo: ST/ WONG KWAI CHOW)