Former Airbus Unit Exec Faces Retrial In Saudi Bribery Case

By Richard Crump (July 26, 2022, 11:29 AM BST) -- A former executive at an Airbus subsidiary and a finance associate will be retried next year on charges of bribing members of the Saudi royal family and military to secure lucrative contracts, a London court confirmed on Tuesday.

A former executive at an Airbus subsidiary and a finance associate are slated to go on trial in January on charges of bribing members of the Saudi royal family and military. (iStock.com/Herbert Pictures) Jeffrey Cook, former managing director of GPT Special Project Management, a now-defunct subsidiary of the European aerospace giant, and subcontractor John Mason are due to stand trial on Jan. 11...

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