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(SEOUL) A Seoul court on Thursday denied a request to arrest one of South Korea's most powerful men, the heir to the Samsung Electronics juggernaut, in a setback to prosecutors investigating an influence-peddling scandal that toppled South Korea's president. The Seoul Central District Court said that a judge concluded that there was not enough justification to detain the 48-year-old billionaire Samsung vice chairman, Lee Jae-yong, at this stage. The announcement, made around 5 a.m. local time, allowed Lee to return home after a long night. He had been waiting for the court's decision at a detention center south of Seoul for more than 12 hours after a court hearing the previous day. Samsung said the merits of this case can now be determined without the need for detention. The decision means that Samsung avoids what could have been a stunning fall for the princeling of the country's richest family, a man groomed to lead South Korea's most successful company.
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She will be meeting the bosses of some of the big banks including Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan for private talks. We will talk about that in World Business Report. We are also in South Korea, where a growing corruption scandal has led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye, here on the left, and has been threatening to suck in the boss of Samsung, Jay Y Lee.
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Choi finally appeared as a witness after refusing past summons to testify. She denied all the charges against her and the president. And she accused the prosecution of using coercive methods to force her to confess. When asked about Park possibly granting special favors to her or anyone, she said, “The president is not such a person.” Choi is also on trial for her part in the alleged influence peddling scheme. Two key aides to the president, who have been implicated in this scandal, have reportedly gone into hiding. In their absence, the Constitutional Court is allowing previous testimony or statements from witnesses made to the prosecutors in the course of their investigation. “It means that these witnesses need not be compelled to show up at the Constitutional Court to get new testimonies. The court will simply rely on past statements given to the prosecutors to make their ruling,” said Koo.
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Choi finally appeared as a witness after refusing past summons to testify. She denied all the charges against her and the president. And she accused the prosecution of using coercive methods to force her to confess. When asked about Park possibly granting special favors to her or anyone, she said, “The president is not such a person.” Choi is also on trial for her part in the alleged influence peddling scheme. Two key aides to the president, who have been implicated in this scandal, have reportedly gone into hiding. In their absence, the Constitutional Court is allowing previous testimony or statements from witnesses made to the prosecutors in the course of their investigation. “It means that these witnesses need not be compelled to show up at the Constitutional Court to get new testimonies. The court will simply rely on past statements given to the prosecutors to make their ruling,” said Koo.
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It is not actually in the interest of our friends and our partners. A South Korean court has rejected an arrest warrant for Jay Y Lee. Prosecutors have accused him of bribery, embezzlement and perjury in connection to a scandal which led to the impeachment of the country's president. Samsun has denied any wrongdoing. Earlier I asked if people were surprised by the verdict.
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Last year, they had to spend billions of dollars recalling the latest smartphone, curbing profit making. It is a profoundly inconvenient time. No company wants to be investigated by state prosecutors. They want to put 2016 behind it. So this is not a good way of starting 2017. This is a setback for prosecutors investigating a scandal already leading to the impeachment of the president.
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Simon Cullen reports. For the head of the world 's largest smart phone maker The fall from grace has been very public for the boss of Samsung. Jay Y Lee was ensnared in South Korea's ongoing corruption scandal. He spent Wednesday night behind bars, waiting for a court ruling on whether he should be formally arrested.
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