Lee to face new charges

Samsung Electronics Vice Chair Lee Jae-yong held a series of meetings with top executives in the company’s semiconductor and mobile businesses to check their future plans amid uncertainties over the coronavirus pandemic, the South Korean tech firm said Monday.

Lee avoided arrest last week for his alleged involvement in a controversial merger between two Samsung Group units in 2015. 

Lee Jae-yong, Samsung Electronics vice chairman and the de facto leader of the Samsung Group conglomerate, may soon find himself back in jail. Prosecutors are seeking an arrest warrant against Lee, known as Jay Y. Lee in the West, arguing that he should be detained while they investigate new allegations against him.

Published by Naresh Sagar

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