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Technip FMC is fined 296 million dollars for bribing Iraqi officials

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
The US oil services company Technip FPC has agreed to pay a total of $ 296 million in a lawsuit involving charges for the company to pay bribes in Iraq and Brazil, the Justice Department said. 
A former company adviser pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate US law against foreign corrupt practices. 
"The result is evidence that Washington will pursue" anyone looking to win contracts by bribing foreign officials, "whether they are individuals or companies," said Richard Donohue, a federal prosecutor in the Eastern Province of New York. 
Under the settlement, the London-based firm pledged to impose "strict internal controls" and in cooperation with the ongoing investigation. 
It is the second time in less than a decade that a Technip company has paid hundreds of millions of dollars on charges of bribes to foreigners.
In 2010, Technip SA agreed to pay $ 240 million to settle a bribery case in Nigeria. 
Of the amount agreed by Technip on Tuesday, the company will pay $ 214 million to the Brazilian authorities that have filed a parallel lawsuit against it. 
Technip FMC used an intermediary company based in the Principality of Monaco to pay kickbacks to at least seven officials in the Iraqi oil ministry and two companies between 2008 and 2013, the Justice Department said. 
While Technip FMC reached a compromise with the US authorities, its US subsidiary Technip USA admitted to violating the US "corrupt foreign practices" law once. 
The US Department of Justice praised the "significant assistance" provided by the governments of Australia, Brazil, France, Guernsey (Channel Island), Italy, Monaco and Britain.
Forty-three countries apply laws that criminalize bribery of foreign officials to win employment contracts, but the United States is the most punished of international corruption.


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The US Justice Department said Technip FMC had used a Monaco-based intermediary to pay kickbacks to at least seven officials in the Iraqi oil ministry and two companies between 2008 and 2013.
The US Department of Justice announced that the oil services company Technip FMC had agreed to pay a total of $ 296 million in settlement in a case involving charges for the company to pay bribes in Iraq and Brazil, AP reported.
A former company adviser pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate US law against foreign corrupt practices.
New York District Attorney General Richard Donohue said the result was evidence that Washington would pursue "anyone seeking to win contracts by bribing foreign officials," whether individuals or companies.
Under the settlement, the London-based firm pledged to impose "strict internal controls" and in cooperation with the ongoing investigation.
It is the second time in less than a decade that a Technip company has paid hundreds of millions of dollars on charges of bribes to foreigners.
In 2010, Technip SA agreed to pay $ 240 million to settle a bribery case in Nigeria.
Of the amount agreed by Technip on Tuesday, the company will pay $ 214 million to the Brazilian authorities that have filed a parallel lawsuit against it.
While Technip FMC reached a compromise with the US authorities, its US subsidiary Technip USA admitted to violating the US "corrupt foreign practices" law once.
The US Department of Justice praised the "significant assistance" provided by the governments of Australia, Brazil, France, Guernsey (Channel Island), Italy, Monaco and Britain.
Forty-three countries apply laws that criminalize bribery of foreign officials to win employment contracts, but the United States is the most punished of international corruption.


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A former company adviser pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate US law against foreign corrupt practices. 

" The result is evidence that Washington will pursue all those seeking to win contracts by bribing foreign officials, whether they are individuals or companies," said [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/860945232/%D8%B1%D9%8A%D8%AA%D8%B4%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%AF %D8%AF%D9%88%D9%86%D9%88%D9%87%D9%8A%D9%88/ar/]Richard Donohue[/url], a federal prosecutor for the Eastern Province of New York .






Under the settlement, the London-based firm pledged to impose "strict internal controls" and in cooperation with the ongoing investigation. 

It is the second time in less than a decade that a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] company has paid hundreds of millions of dollars on charges of bribes to foreigners. 

In 2010, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] SA agreed to pay $ 240 million to settle a bribery case in Nigeria. 

Of the amount that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] agreed on Tuesday to pay, the company will pay $ 214 million to Brazilian authorities that have filed a parallel lawsuit against it.


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US oil company pays $ 296 million fine to settle bribery cases in Iraq

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Technic FMC, a public joint stock company in the United States and a global provider of oil and gas services, and its wholly-owned subsidiary of the United States agreed to pay a $ 296 million fine to settle a bribery case.
"The charges were sent to Technic to pay bribes to Brazilian officials and bribes to Iraqi officials and the former president of the US company pleaded guilty," the Justice Department said in a report.
"It is a testament to the strength and effectiveness of international coordination in the fight against corruption, but also recognition that the administration is fully committed to reaching fair decisions with companies that cooperate," Assistant Attorney General Benzkovsky said. .
"Today's decisions are the result of ongoing and multinational efforts to hold accountable companies and individuals seeking to win business through corrupt payments to officials," US attorney Donoghue said.


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The US Department of Justice announced that oil services company Technip FM had agreed to pay a total of $ 296 million in settlement in a case involving charges for the company to pay bribes in Iraq and Brazil.
A former company adviser pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate US law against foreign corrupt practices.
New York District Attorney General Richard Donohue said the result was evidence that Washington would pursue "anyone seeking to win contracts by bribing foreign officials," whether individuals or companies.
Under the settlement, the London-based firm pledged to impose "strict internal controls" and in cooperation with the ongoing investigation.
It is the second time in less than a decade that a Technip company has paid hundreds of millions of dollars on charges of bribes to foreigners.
In 2010, Technip SA agreed to pay $ 240 million to settle a bribery case in Nigeria.
Of the amount agreed by Technip on Tuesday, the company will pay $ 214 million to the Brazilian authorities that have filed a parallel lawsuit against it.
Technip FMC used an intermediary company based in the Principality of Monaco to pay kickbacks to at least seven officials in the Iraqi oil ministry and two companies between 2008 and 2013, the Justice Department said.
While Technip FMC reached a compromise with the US authorities, its US subsidiary Technip USA admitted to violating the US "corrupt foreign practices" law once.
The US Department of Justice praised the "significant assistance" provided by the governments of Australia, Brazil, France, Guernsey (Channel Island), Italy, Monaco and Britain.
Forty-three countries apply laws that criminalize bribery of foreign officials to win employment contracts, but the United States is the most punished of international corruption.


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[size=45]Technip FMC used an intermediary company based in the Principality of Monaco to pay bribes to at least seven officials in the Iraqi Oil Ministry and two companies between 2008 and 2013, the Justice Department said.
[size=45]The US Department of Justice announced that the oil services company Technip FMC had agreed to pay a total of $ 296 million in settlement in a case involving charges for the company to pay bribes in Iraq and Brazil, AP reported.[/size]
[size=45]A former company adviser pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate US law against foreign corrupt practices.[/size]
[size=45]New York District Attorney General Richard Donohue said the result was evidence that Washington would pursue "anyone seeking to win contracts by bribing foreign officials," whether individuals or companies.[/size]

[size=45]Under the settlement, the London-based firm pledged to impose "strict internal controls" and in cooperation with the ongoing investigation.[/size]
[size=45]It is the second time in less than a decade that a Technip company has paid hundreds of millions of dollars on charges of bribes to foreigners.[/size]
[size=45]In 2010, Technip SA agreed to pay $ 240 million to settle a bribery case in Nigeria.[/size]
[size=45]Of the amount agreed by Technip on Tuesday, the company will pay $ 214 million to the Brazilian authorities that have filed a parallel lawsuit against it.[/size]
[size=45]While Technip FMC reached a compromise with the US authorities, its US subsidiary Technip USA admitted to violating the US "corrupt foreign practices" law once.[/size]
[size=45]The US Department of Justice praised the "significant assistance" provided by the governments of Australia, Brazil, France, Guernsey (Channel Island), Italy, Monaco and Britain.[/size]
[size=45]Forty-three countries apply laws that criminalize bribery of foreign officials to win employment contracts, but the United States is the most punished of international corruption.[/size]


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