Secret Unit Helped Brazilian Company Bribe Government Officials

From the New York Times

At Latin America’s biggest construction company, bribing government officials around the world became so common that a division was created devoted to tracking and facilitating kickbacks.

When wire transfers were inconvenient, workers in this division at Odebrecht of Brazil would organize deliveries of cash-stuffed suitcases to secret locations.

The scheme lasted more than two decades and involved bribes to government officials in a dozen countries across three continents, but eventually it came undone.

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