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Julie DiMauro
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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Shruti J. Shah
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Russell A. Stamets
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Eric Carlson
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German prosecutor fines Rheinmetall $46 million for Greek bribes

[…] fine of €37 million ($46 million) to resolve a criminal investigation of alleged bribes in connection with arms sales in Greece. The senior prosecutor in the German city of Bremen imposed the penalty on Rheinmetall Defence Electronics GmbH (RDE). RDE is based in Bremen. Rheinmetall said RDE was accused of “failing to detect and […]

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World Bank debars China infotech firm

[…] Co., Ltd. was debarred 15 months for “fraudulent practices.” The company — also known as Jiangxu T-Radar Technology Co. Ltd., or TRACHTECH — is based in Wuxi City, Kiangsu Province. It committed the offenses while working on the $210 million Hubei Xiangyang Urban Transport Project. The World Bank financed $100 million of the project. […]

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Japan prosecutes three businessmen for Vietnam railroad bribes

Ga Sai Gon railway station, courtesy of Wikipedia Prosecutors in Tokyo said Tuesday they’re charging three former top executives of a local company for alleged bribery involving railway projects in Vietnam that received Official Development Assistance (ODA). The three officials from Japan Transport Consulting Corporation (JTC) include former chairman Tamio Kakinuma, former CEO Tatsuro Wada, […]

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Here Comes The SFO, Part One

[…] came after its 2006 decision to drop the high-profile investigation of BAE Systems for bribery. It said it had no choice because Saudi Arabia threatened not to buy Typhoon aircraft or continue sharing anti-terrorism intelligence. The High Court in London called the episode an outrage, an abject surrender to threats, and a capitulation. On […]

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Odebrecht’s graft echoes across the hemisphere

[…] holdings Cementos Argos and CEMEX LatAm have minor exposure to Odebrecht-affiliated entities in Panama through their involvement in the construction of a second metro line in Panama City. . . . There may also be wider implications for the Latin American banking sector, as banks exposed to entities affiliated with Odebrecht could suffer loan […]

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Teddy Obiang’s ludicrous supercar collection heads to Geneva auction

[…] Brazil with more than 10,000 reais ($2,400) in cash without declaring it. In 2017, a French court convicted Obiang of embezzling public money and using it to buy a 20-room apartment in Paris worth about €80 million ($93 million), a fleet of luxury cars, and high-end art. In 2014, the U.S. DOJ brought a […]

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Thai PM charged for corruption in rice-buying scheme

[…] to 50% higher than world prices. To pay the farmers, the government has been trying to sell rice overseas. Earlier this month, China cancelled a deal to buy 1.2 million tons of rice after Thailand launched the corruption probe into the program. The Thai government hasn’t paid some rice farmers for their crops since […]

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Law professor accuses Bourke prosecutors of malpractice

[…] pending the outcome of all his appeals. Arguments in his second appeal are set for November 6 in the Daniel Patrick Moynihan U.S. Courthouse in New York City. *     *     * Here’s what Professor Freedman said about the Bourke case: Another striking illustration of unethical prosecutorial policy is the statement of Assistant United States […]

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FinCEN advisory: Financial red flags for human smuggling and human trafficking

[…] wire transfers, generally kept below the $3,000 reporting threshold, sent from various locations across the United States to a common beneficiary located in a U.S or Mexican city along the Southwest Border. A customer’s account appears to function as a funnel account, where cash deposits (often kept below the $10,000 reporting threshold) occur in […]

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China whistleblower alleges billion-dollar fraud

[…] thing,” Wang told Beijing News. Whistleblowers who reveal their identities are not always safe. Earlier this month, amateur whistleblower Li Jianxin was brutally attacked in the southern city of Huizhou (Guangdong province) for publishing reports revealing practices of local gangsters and corrupt officials. After Li’s car was rammed, he was blinded with acid and […]

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