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Whistleblower Claims Siemens AG (SI)' China Division Fired Him for Exposing Bribery Scheme



1/23/2013 9:57:39 AM

Whistleblower Meng-Lin Liu accuses Siemens China of engaging in an illegal kickbacks scheme and of firing him when he brought evidence to the company's regional CFO. European technology giant Siemens (NYSE:SI) was sued by a former employee who claimed that he was fired for blowing the whistle on an illegal bribery scheme. Meng-Lin Liu, who worked in Siemens' China unit, said he was fired after he brought evidence of what called a "classic bribery or 'kickback' scheme" to Siemens China's healthcare CFO. He claims he was forced to take a leave of absence within 1 week of speaking with the CFO, and that his employment contract was not renewed when it expired a few months later.

Read at MassDevice


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