© Reuters. Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee arrives in court in Seoul
SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics (OTC 🙂 Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee will not appeal to the Supreme Court after he received a two-and-a-half-year jail sentence last week on charges including bribery, Yonhap reported. Monday. citing Lee’s attorney. The law firm, Bae, Kim & Lee and Samsung (KS 🙂 did not immediately comment.
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