Chinese mill execs to face charges in Rio case
Mar 05, 2010 | 12:32 PM
Two Chinese steel mill executives will be charged along with four Rio Tinto employees, one of whom China alleges took tens of millions of yuan in bribes, according to a state media report.
Wang Hongjiu, in charge of shipping at Shandong-based Laiwu Steel Group Ltd., and Tan Yixin, general manager of the imports department at Shougang Group in Beijing, will face charges of bribery and infringing business secrets, according to a report in China Business Daily News. Wang and Tan are both under detention in connection....
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