Glencore Sets Aside $1.5 Billion to Settle Probes

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Commodities trading giant Glencore says it expects to resolve bribery and corruption investigations in the US, the UK and Brazil this year and has set aside $1.5 billion as its "best estimate" of the required costs.

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