Tatra Truck CEO Ronald Adams charged in corruption case by police
The Czech police have charged Ronald Adams, the CEO of the Czech automobile company Tatra, with corruption.
He allegedly offered a bribe in 2009 to then defense minister Martin Barták to secure a 2.7 billion crown deal from the Czech military.
The case involves a 2008-2009 military contract for 588 Tatra trucks valued at 2.7 billion koruna (109 million euros, $135 million).
AFP reported that Adams was charged Monday after former Czech defense minister Martin Bartak, accused in 2010 of attempted corruption linked to the same contract, testified against him
Bartak, 45, served as deputy Czech defense minister in 2006-8 and defense minister from 2009-10.
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