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Hempel sets aside USD 40 million in bribery case

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Hempel, which produces ship coatings, has set aside USD 40 million for costs in a major bribery case. This has been confirmed in the annual report, while ten employees have been dismissed.


BY OLE ANDERSEN | NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 05.04.17 at 12:00

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