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08/06/2002 11:04 AM ID: 24139 Permalink   

Enron Now Accused Of Bribery

 

US federal officials are apparently looking into claims that Eoron bribed a number of overseas governments and companies while trying to get lucrative contracts.

The allegations, which have been known for some years are only now being taken seriously be US investigators. Enron denies all wrong doing.

The allegations deals with contracts in Ghana, Colombia, Bolivia, Panama, Nigeria and the Dominican Republic among other countries.

 
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