An insurance agent and two others were charged for allegedly bribing an official of the Indonesian embassy in Singapore.
Yeo Siew Liang James, an agent for AIG Asia Pacific Insurance and Liberty Insurance, was charged with eight counts of corruption, after allegedly bribing Indonesian embassy official Agus Ramdhany Machjumi with around SG$71,200, reported Channel News Asia. The bribe was reportedly meant to favour the two insurers in accrediting them as providers of performance bonds for Indonesian maids in Singapore.
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