Should a Chief Executive of Hong Kong have terminated the business deal instead of accepting the second tranche of UGL payment a year into his office? Should a Chief Executive of Hong Kong have terminated the business deal instead of accepting the second tranche of UGL payment a year into his office?
Should a Chief Executive of Hong Kong have terminated the business deal instead of accepting the second tranche of UGL payment a year into his office?
Shirley Yam
Opinion

Opinion

Money Matters by Shirley Yam

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Should a Chief Executive of Hong Kong have terminated the business deal instead of accepting the second tranche of UGL payment a year into his office? Should a Chief Executive of Hong Kong have terminated the business deal instead of accepting the second tranche of UGL payment a year into his office?
Should a Chief Executive of Hong Kong have terminated the business deal instead of accepting the second tranche of UGL payment a year into his office?
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