Two Scania employees charged over alleged Iraqi kickbacks

A Swedish prosecutor is taking two employees of the Swedish truck producer Scania CV AB to court on charges of violating UN sanctions against the Saddam Hussein regime by paying kickbacks related to the UN Oil for Food Programme.

The prosecutor is considering pressing charges against the company Scania CV AB as well, Development Today is told. 

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