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Canada: SNC’s ‘business model’ in Libya involved kickbacks and bribes: Crown
Nov 01, 2019 08:00 pm

A former top executive at SNC-Lavalin says he was told to do whatever it takes — and pay whoever was necessary — to ensure the firm stopped losing money on a construction project in Libya in the early 2000s. That…
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Spain: Spain’s FCC says cooperating with justice in Panama corruption probe
Nov 01, 2019 07:30 pm

Spanish building and infrastructure company FCC said on Thursday that it was fully cooperating with a High Court corruption investigation linked to 82 million euros ($92 million) in payments it allegedly made in Panama. The case relates to events that…
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United States: A 12th United Auto Workers official is charged in ongoing federal corruption probe
Nov 01, 2019 07:30 pm

The scope of an ongoing federal corruption probe into the United Auto Workers continues to widen as the union attempts to solidify new labor contracts with the Detroit automakers. Federal prosecutors on Thursday charged Edward Robinson, a union official with…
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Australia: Millions in government contracts steered toward friend’s business, integrity commission finds
Nov 01, 2019 07:00 pm

An Integrity Commission investigation has uncovered a nepotism scandal inside a Tasmanian Government department, revealing a public servant improperly awarded or attempted to influence millions of dollars’ worth of government contracts for the benefit of a close friend. The commission’s…
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Ukraine: Ukraine Approves Anti-Corruption Law to Help Unlock IMF Aid
Nov 01, 2019 06:30 pm

Ukraine adopted anti-corruption legislation needed to help unlock financial assistance from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union. Parliament on Thursday restored a law mandating criminal punishment for illicit enrichment. The bill, which will help identify illegal wealth held…
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Russia: Ex-Dagestan antimonopoly official to serve 5-year jail term for bribery – appeals court
Nov 01, 2019 06:00 pm

A 5-year prison sentence passed on the former chief of the Federal Antimonopoly Service’s Dagestan Directorate Kubasay Kubasayev for receiving over 2 million rubles in bribes (over $30,000) was upheld on Thursday, RAPSI reported from the Moscow City Court. The…
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