Former executive in BP Singapore charged with corruption

The former head of marine fuel in BP's Singapore branch has been charged with accepting millions in bribes from a major customer, report several Singaporean media.

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BP's former head of marine fuel, Clarence Chang Peng Hong, allegedly received bribes a total of 19 times, according to the corruption charges against him.

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