HONG KONG McDonald’s Corp. has suspended Lau Si-sing, managing director of McDonald’s Hong Kong, pending the outcome of his trial on charges of taking bribes from a corn supplier. Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption said in a statement posted Nov. 12 on its website that it was charging Lau with receiving kickbacks amounting to 10 percent of the order price from the supplier between May 2005 and April 2007. The statement also said that the management of McDonald’s ...

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