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World Money Laundering Report
Corruption
Case Summary: 

German company Seimens paid many bribes to officials all over the world to secure contracts with governments in a wide range of technology fields including telecommunications (in all its forms), rail and other transport and more. Brought before the US authorities in 2008, it paid what was then the largest ever penalty for payments made in breach of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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