Businessman in cahoots with S’pore firms in LCS scandal

PUTRAJAYA: A businessman is being investigated for submitting invoices from three companies to a shipping firm under the pretext of being suppliers to the littoral combat ships (LCS) project, which resulted in a payment of RM24mil.

Sources with knowledge of the case said the broker had found three Singapore-based companies to be in cahoots with him in issuing the invoices.

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