Monday, November 20, 2017

Police say Scania paid USD 5m in kickbacks to Iraqi regime

The truck and bus producer Scania CV AB paid at least USD 5 million in kickbacks to the Saddam Husseinregime in connection with the UN Oil for Food Programme, the Swedish Prosecutor told US authorities Friday. The contracts amounted to USD 70 million and the vehicles were exported via Tunisian and Russian companies, according to an extended Swedish criminal investigation.  

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