Glencore Admits to African Oil Bribery in UK Court

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The UK subsidiary of Glencore, the Swiss-based commodities trading giant, has admitted to a London court to paying $28 million in bribes to secure oil allocations from several African countries, including Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and South Sudan over a period of four years.

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