Norway's Aker Solutions says Malaysia manager cleared of charges

  • Energy
  • Tuesday, 07 Dec 2021

"On November 25, 2021, the sessions court in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, discharged Ahmad Hatta Kamaruzzaman of the offence," Aker Solutions said in a statement on Monday. "The court found that the charge was vague, misleading and did not state the particulars of the offence." (File pic shows the Aker solutions office In Port Klang.)

OSLO: The head of the Malaysian unit of Norway's Aker Solutions has been cleared by a court of accusations that he submitted false documents in dealings with state-owned energy company Petronas, the Norwegian company said on Monday.

Ahmad Hatta Kamaruzzaman, who was charged in June over the allegations, had pleaded not guilty, his lawyer previously told Reuters.

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