Shares in Samsung's flagship company fall after the Samsung Group's leader was arrested (SSNLF)

Friday, 17 February 2017
Shares in Samsung Electronics fell by as much as 1.6% on Friday after Samsung Group's leader was arrested in relation to a corruption scandal, The Financial Times reports.

Samsung heir Jay Lee was arrested in Seoul on Friday morning for bribery, embezzlement, and perjury related to his alleged role in a corruption scandal...

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