EOH, whose share price has lost almost two thirds of its value so far in 2019 over corporate governance issues, will press criminal charges against employees implicated in corruption.

Once a high-flying tech outfit, EOH is in the middle of restoring its reputation and cleaning its balance sheet following allegations of underhand dealings involving its employees and client, the government. The allegations cost the company one of its key contracts with Microsoft.

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