Billionaire Thomas Kwok at HK anti-graft agency in probe linked to Sun Hung Kai
HONG KONG, July 13
HONG KONG, July 13 (Reuters) - Thomas Kwok, one of the billionaire co-chairmen that run Sun Hung Kai Properties , returned to Hong Kong's anti-corruption agency on Friday as a bribery investigation surrounding Asia's largest developer continues.
Kwok was accompanied by his legal team, Reuters reporters outside the headquarters of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) said.
Thomas Kwok, Raymond Kwok, the company's other chairman, and Rafael Hui, the former head of the city-state's civil service, were due to make bail appearances almost four months after the first arrest in the case.
Charges are yet to be laid in the agency's highest-profile investigation.
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