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Entries in Nigeria (184)

Thursday
Dec062012

Saipem CEO out in corruption probe

Italian oil and gas drilling contractor Saipem SpA confirmed that it is under investigation for corruption by Italian authorities for alleged payments in Algeria.

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Wednesday
Nov212012

From Nigeria, a note from the Whistleblowers Forum

Dear Readers of the FCPA Blog,

We at the Nigerian Whistle-Blowers Forum (on Facebook) are truly excited about the FCPA's emergence, and staunch posture against global corruption.

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Monday
Nov192012

Will corruption kill Nigeria?

'Corruption did not begin with President Goodluck Jonathan's government. But, at the current rate, corruption would kill Nigeria on his watch. . . . .'

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Monday
Nov192012

Tesler goes on trial in Paris 

Here's a note from a correspondent in France:

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Friday
Nov092012

'Carbon copy prosecutions' change the rules of the game

A recent University of Chicago Legal Forum article looks deep into an important new enforcement trend -- duplicative enforcement actions in multiple countries.

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Tuesday
Nov062012

SEC declination for Nabors

Oil services firm Nabors Industries Ltd. was a customer of Panalpina but not among the six that settled FCPA cases on the same historic day in November 2010.

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Monday
Nov052012

Uganda repaying €4 million in stolen Irish aid

Ireland's Minister for Foreign Affairs said the government of Uganda will repay €4 million that was diverted from an Irish aid package.

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Friday
Sep282012

Supremes will consider bad acts overseas

When the U.S. Supreme Court opens its new Term on Monday, the first case scheduled for oral argument is Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum.

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Wednesday
Sep192012

EU moves to adopt natural resource disclosure rules

A European Parliamentary committee approved proposed legislation this week that would require European extractive companies to publish payments they make to governments.

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Friday
Sep142012

Witnesses: Australia Reserve Bank bosses covered up bribery for years

There was explosive testimony this week during parliamentary hearings into bribery allegations against a unit of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

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