South Korean Police Raid Samsung Offices

Samsung has not commented on the investigation

South Korean police have raided Samsung's offices in Seoul, after reports that the company had attempted to influence the country's President, with gifts. A spokesman for the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office said that the offices were raided, but declined to provide any other information. However, it was reported that Samsung had previously offered 3 million US dollars to one of President Park Geun-hye's advisors, to pay for horse riding lessons. Samsung is yet to comment on the investigation. 

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