Ferrostaal’s Internal Probe Uncovers ‘Questionable’ Payments Worldwide, Including Greece

The law firm Debevoise & Plimpton LLP also found massive compliance failures at the German industrial services giant. Munich prosecutors are investigating the company for bribery.

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