Republic Of Congo: Eni settles after corruption charges dropped

Issue 435 - 25 Mar 2021

Italy’s Eni has settled a corruption case relating to its activities in Republic of Congo, making a payment of €11.8m ($14m). Eni said in a statement that allegations of international corruption “ceased to exist” and that the payment had followed the reduction of the charge by the Court of Milan to undue inducement.

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