Israel’s Richest Woman Questioned For Hours In Suspected Africa Bribery Case


Israel’s richest woman, US-Israeli billionaire and philanthropist Shari Arison was questioned for 9 hours on Sunday on suspicion of involvement in a bribery case which investigators believe saw millions of dollars paid to government officials in African countries.

Along with Arison, investigators at the Lahav 433 national crime unit in Lod also questioned Efrat Peled who is CEO of Arison Investments.

Both women were released but prohibited from leaving the country or contacting anyone connected to the investigation.

Read more at Times of Israel.



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