The NCCC and representatives of the OAG will meet on Wednesday to appoint a joint panel to examine the CTX investigation files, which were handed over to the anti-graft agency by the Assets Examination Committee when its term ended on June 30.
The OAG had earlier sent the two cases back to the AEC on grounds that the related investigation files were incomplete.
In the CTX case, the OAG believed the value of the damages involved was Bt4.3 billion, but AEC put it at Bt6.9 billion. The OAG also pointed out that there was no complaint from a damaged party, the source said.
The OAG also indicated that the CTX case lacked grounds even though the AEC cited evidence to show that InVision, the manufacturer, was fined US$500,000 by the US Justice Ministry for possible improper payments related to foreign sales.
The OAG also pointed out that the Bt76 billion asset-seizure case was incomplete because the AEC had not shown how the asset increase was unusual or illegal, and did not indicate the whereabouts of an additional Bt9.8 billion frozen by the AEC.