Oman jails state oil company CEO

The CEO of government-owned Oman Oil Company (OOC) has been sentenced to 23 years in jail for bribery, money laundering and abuse of office. A Muscat court determined that a Caribbean-registered company owned by OOC chief executive Ahmad al-Wahaibi received US$8 million from his counterpart at South Korean company LGI, Myung Jao Yoo, after LGI won a bid for a billion rial petrochemical project.


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