Chinese Estates head to be prosecuted in Macau over bribery
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong tycoon Joseph Lau, who heads developer Chinese Estates Holdings , will face prosecution over bribery and money laundering in a land deal in Asia's gambling capital, Macau, Chinese Estates said in a statement on Thursday. A court in Macau on Wednesday formally accepted an accusation by the public prosecutor that Lau had a case to answer on the charges, the company said. The court denied a request by Lau that the case be thrown out for lack of evidence. No date was set for the trial. ...
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