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Samsung heir braces for top court ruling in ex-president bribery case

Reuters Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Samsung Group will discover the fate of its de facto leader on Thursday as South Korea's Supreme Court rules whether to uphold the bribery conviction of Jay Y. Lee, in a scandal that unseated the president and trained public ire on corporate untouchables.
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South Korea&apos;s Supreme Court has overturned a ruling in the bribery case of Samsung&apos;s de facto chief Jay Y. Lee, part of a wider national scandal that embroiled former President Park Geun-hye. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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