Updated PCC charged with price collusion

Three executives of PCC Development and Construction Co were charged with bidding price collusion when they reported to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) on Thursday to acknowledge charges involving irregularities in a Royal Thai Police Office contract to build 396 police stations nationwide.

  • Published: 7/03/2013 at 12:35 PM
  • Newspaper section: news

They are Pibul Udomsithikul, Jaturong Udomsithikul and Wissanu Wisetsing.

Pol Lt Col Thawal Mangkhang, the special cases specialist, said the three were initially charged with fraud. They are accused of cheating 20 subcontractors employed under PCC's contract to build the 396 police stations.

After questioning they were also charged with bidding price collusion, he said.

Mr Pibul said they had submitted related documents to the DSI investigators, but declined to give any details.

PCC Development and Construction Co executives are reported to the Department of Special Investigation on Thursday to acknowledge charges involving suspected irregularities in a Royal Thai Police Office contract to build police stations. (Photo by Tawatchai Kemgumnerd)


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