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South Korea court approves arrest of Samsung heir

New Zealand Herald Friday, 17 February 2017
South Korea court approves arrest of Samsung heirA South Korean court approved a special prosecutor's second request to arrest Samsung Group's Jay Lee on allegations of bribery, perjury and embezzlement, an extraordinary step that risks disrupting decision-making at the country's...
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News video: South Korea: Samsung’s de facto boss arrested amid corruption scandal

South Korea: Samsung’s de facto boss arrested amid corruption scandal 01:06

Jay Y Lee, the de facto head of the Samsung Group, has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in a corruption scandal that has led to the impeachment of South Korea’s President, Park Guen-hye. Lee is accused of paying the equivalent of some 34 million euros to business leader Choi Soon-sil and...

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