Ex-directors charged with being silent over US$22mil share purchase


KUALA LUMPUR: Two former company directors claimed trial in the Sessions Court in Ampang to failing to declare their interest in a board meeting over the purchase of more than US$20mil in shares in an Indonesian company.

Datuk Ooi Kock Aun, 49, and Datuk Tey Por Yee, 40, were separately charged with failing to disclose their interest during a Syarikat Protasco Bhd board of directors' meeting that they had direct interest in PT Anglo Slavic Utama.

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