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Samsung chairman ordered to appear in Indian court in decade-old dispute

02
Apr
2014

Indias Supreme Court has ordered Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-hee to appear before a local court within six weeks to avoid arrest in a decade-old dispute with a supplier over a $1.4 million payment. A two-judge panel ruled on Monday that an arrest warrant issued against Lee by a local court in Ghaziabad, near New Delhi, would not be executed for six weeks, according to an order posted on the courts website. Lee will have to appear before the local court and can seek bail and an exemption from having to appear, the Supreme Court judges ruled. Samsung did not have any immediate comment on the Supreme Court order.

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