Shell Executives Charged in Italy Over Nigeria's Malabu Oil Deal
Four senior executives of Royal Dutch Shell have been charged by an Italian court for their role in a bribery scheme involving a former Nigerian petroleum minister, Dan Etete, that deprived Nigeria of over $1 billion. The court's decision came after Shell acknowledged it had prior knowledge that the deal involved a convicted money launderer, but the company denied its officials directly participated in any bribery scheme.
Premium Times, 16 October 2017
Top officials at Royal Dutch Shell have been charged in Italy for their alleged roles in the $1.3 billion Malabu Oil scandal, Italian prosecutors said Friday. Read more »
This Day, 17 October 2017
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