Indonesia X-ray Machine Graft Scandal Reaches Health Ministry Partners
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Indonesia's anti-corruption agency has raided the offices of two private companies tied to an alleged graft scheme within the Health Ministry's program to supply X-ray machines to isolated public health centers. The two firms were raided by the Corruption Eradication Commission as ministry partners in the program. The anti-corruption agency named the head of the ministry's planning bureau as a suspect in the scheme to mark up the prices by a total of $1.3 million and then fail to actually get the machines to the centers. (Click here for more
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