The Age and ABC collaboration continues regarding the question of who knew what and when at the Reserve Bank of Australia concerning the alleged payment of bribes at its Securency bank-note arm in the 2000s.
Late yesterday, The Age newspaper produced its latest nugget: advice given to the Securency board in September 2007 that it must pay commission to an agent in Malaysia whose other business interests included arms dealing. Securency had already resolved to terminate the services of this...
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