Former BI officials took bribes from RBA: Reports
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Former Bank Indonesia officials received US$1.3 million in bribes from Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) subsidiaries to help the latter win a contract and manipulate future tenders in 1999, a newspaper reported.Melbourne’s The Age cited confidential faxes from a Jakarta businessman to executives at Securency International and Note Printing Australia (NPA) referring to “our friends” and ...
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