Singapore: Siblings found guilty of offences involving $2.2 million in bribes

Two Singaporean siblings conspired to secure tenders for two companies in China in exchange for bribes amounting to about 11.3 million yuan (S$2.2 million).

The tenders were awarded by technology firm Seagate Technology International, where Teo Chu Ha, also known as Henry Teo, now 71, worked as senior director of logistics.

Teo used his position in the company and also his position as a member of the committee awarding the tenders to obtain confidential information belonging to Seagate.

His sister, Judy Teo Suya Bik, now 68, then used the information to help Shanghai Long-Distance Transportation (SLT) and Feili International Transport (FIT) get the tenders.

The original full article can be found at straitstimes.com

(Picture: WONG KWAI CHOW)

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