[ap-intact] INFO: Vietnam asked to return bribe in Japan’s ODA project

According to a news report, Japan will resume government aid to a US$41 million railway in Hanoi once Vietnam returns a $782,000-bribe its state railway firm received from a Japanese contractor to grant them the project. A representative of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), said Japan will continue providing official development assistance (ODA) to the project after Vietnam returns the money Tokyo-based Transportation Consultants (JTC) Inc. had bribed executives at Vietnam Railways, the country’s state-owned railway operator.

Read the story in Thanh Nien News.  http://www.thanhniennews.com/society/vietnam-asked-to-return-bribe-in-japans-oda-project-40612.html

See also:

Vietnam Party General Secretary calls for corruption trials. http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/government/126977/party-general-secretary-calls-for-corruption-trials.html

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