Aramco launches internal probe over bribery allegations
- Saudi Arabia: Saturday, October 06 - 2012 at 01:45
Saudi Aramco has terminated the services of some of its employees, for being implicated in a bribery case involving US-based Tyco Valves and Controls, Saudi Gazette has reported. Last week, Tyco Valves and Controls, which markets industrial equipment across the Middle East, pleaded guilty in a US court to paying bribes to officials employed by Saudi Aramco in order to obtain contracts with the state oil and gas giant. Saudi Aramco has suspended further dealings with the company and launched its owns investigations.
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