Fourth former ST Marine exec charged with corruption; Norman Atlantic tow claims lives of two salvors

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Fourth former ST Marine exec charged with corruption

December 30, 2014—Another former executive of shipbuilder Singapore Technologies (ST) Marine has been charged with corruption. See Leong Teck, 64, who was President of ST Marine from December 1997 to February 2008, is the fourth executive to face charges after allegedly conspiring with others to pay bribes in exchange for ship repair contracts.

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