On Tuesday, a German court fined and placed on probation two managers at electronics and engineering firm Siemens AG for their roles in a bribery scandal, according to Reuters.
The corruption probe has already cost the company around €2.5 billion, including settlements with authorities in the United States and Germany.
The two executives were put on probation for a year and a half and two years, respectively, and forced to pay €40,000 and €160,000 each.
The case centered around bribes for telecom contracts in Russia and Nigeria.
While Siemens pleaded guilty to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations in the U.S., no individual executives were charged under American law.
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