MACC finds new leads in LCS procurement case, two CEOs detained

MACC finds new leads in LCS procurement case, two CEOs detained

26/1/2022 2:20:00 AM

MACC finds new leads in LCS procurement case, two CEOs detained

This involves their roles in procuring six littoral combat ships.

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