Karen Agustiawan was accused of corruption related to the purchase of shares of Australia-based ROC Oil Company Limited while serving as president director of PT Pertamina (Persero). She’s not the first State-Owned Enterprise (BUMN) leader to be convicted for a bad business decision. But what happened to Karen and several former Pertamina officials sparked a debate over the definition of corruption. The debate continues as the Supreme Court rules that the actions of Karen, and those like her, are not corruption.
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