Indonesia: KPK to Follow Up FBI’s Allegations of Bribery at MAXpower

Author(s): Fana Suparman | Date: October 3, 2016 | Language: English
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Indonesian anti-graft agency KPK said it will follow up on initial reports from the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation that power plant builder MAXpower had allegedly paid bribes to Indonesian officials to secure government contracts.
“We will look at the FBI investigation. If we find the alleged flow of cash to government officials in Indonesia, we will follow up the case,” Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Alexander Marwata told reporters in Jakarta on Monday (03/10).
Alexander’s comment came after reports arose that London-based bank Standard Chartered was investigated by the US Department of Justice over claims that its Indonesian power plant builder subsidiary MAXpower had paid bribes to secure contracts in Indonesia.

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