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Tim was the director of a Hong Kong company and was stationed in its Mainland factory. He instructed a transportation company operator to inflate the service fees statement and used the falsified documents to mislead the principal.

A sales manager of a web design company was moonlighting at a rival company. He diverted the clients’ business e-mails of his company to the secret employer and received commission on every contract he secured for the latter.

An inspector in a government department copied records from the database of his department and sent them to his former colleague who owned a consultancy company for touting businesses.

Company A was a food supplier of Company B in Macao.  It was found that Company A supplied a batch of substandard food.  However, the Purchasing Manager of Company B Mr Cheung still acknowledged receipt of it because Company A agreed to pay him a sum of money for accepting this substandard product…

Company A supplied food to Company B in Macao under a contract between both parties. Mr Cheung was the Purchasing Manager of Company B.

 

Company A supplied Company B with a batch of food which was unfit for sale owing to its poor quality. After checking the food, Mr Cheung discovered that it was, in fact, substandard. Instead of returning the food to Company A, he acknowledged receipt of it — at the request of Company A. Company A agreed to pay Mr Cheung a sum of money for accepting this substandard product. Following a series of complaints from customers regarding the food quality, the entire batch of food had to be disposed of, with Company B having to bear a huge financial loss.


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