Thiess accused of bribery: report

IN ANOTHER key turn of events at Leighton Holdings, a report says subsidiary Thiess may be guilty of bribery after it allegedly paid large sums of money to Indonesian police and military officials for security services at its coal mines in South and East Kalimantan.

In what may be a breach of Australian bribery laws, it has been revealed that Thiess paid Indonesian officials tens of thousands of dollars for their services rather than hiring actual security

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