[ap-intact] INFO: US company pays millions in fines for international bribery

Louis Berger International, a New Jersey-based construction management company that pleaded guilty to bribing officials in India, Indonesia, Vietnam and Kuwait to secure government construction management contracts, has agreed to pay over $17 million in penalties to the US Government.

Read the story in Sputnik. http://sputniknews.com/us/20150718/1024769171.html

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