Hong Kong airport ex-general manager, wife of former executive charged in bribe case

Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) alleges payments relate to HK$200 million worth of work contracts.

Hong Kong’s anti-corruption agency has charged a former Airport Authority general manager, the wife of another ex-senior employee and six others in connection with a HK$4.3 million bribery case related to multimillion-dollar contracts for the third runway mega project.

The move by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) on Wednesday brought the total number of those charged over the case to 10, comprising nine men and a woman, aged 27 to 65, who face a total of 15 charges.

Three of the defendants are former general manager Yin Kek-kiong, ex-principal manager Ricky Lee Wing-fai and his wife Diana Chan Kok-tan.