Norway’s central unit for fighting economic and environmental crimes has submitted a report concerning a corruption case involving a Sarawak state-owned energy firm to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), a Swiss-based advocacy group said on May 20.
The Bruno Manser Fund (BMF) said in a statement that Økokrim had approached the MACC over the case which involved the Sarawak state-owned energy firm and its Norwegian chief executive.
“The case concerns alleged involvement in corruption in Malaysia. Økokrim has in that respect contacted the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in January 2014 to inform them about your complaint,” the letter quoted Trond Eirik Schea, the director of Økokrim, as saying.
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