The U.S. drops corruption charges against Snamprogetti Netherlands, a former indirect subsidiary...
The U.S. drops corruption charges against Snamprogetti Netherlands, a former indirect subsidiary of Eni (E) and a current unit of oil service group Saipem, in which Eni owns 43%. In 2010, the DOJ filed charges against Snamprogetti, as part of a consortium, for the corruption of Nigerian officials for contracts to build an LNG facility.
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