Eletrobras opens law firm bidding process for “new stage” of FCPA investigation
Friday, 31 March 2017 (3 weeks ago) • Dylan Tokar
The bidding process is allegedly required by Brazilian law (Credit: istock.com/josemoraes)
Eletrobras, Brazil’s state-controlled electricity company, is looking to hire an American law firm to help patch up its compliance programme, after an internal probe found evidence of bribery.
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