No bribery in Scorpene deal, Razak Baginda tells paper

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  • Friday, 05 Feb 2016

PETALING JAYA: Political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda (pic) says that while he was paid €30mil to consult on the Scorpene submarine deal in 2002, none of the money was used to bribe officials.

Abdul Razak told the Financial Times that he was paid the sum to consult on the French deal, lobby for it and oversee the eight years of its execution.

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