Seadrill subsidiary's offices searched in connection with Brazilian corruption case

Norway's Seadrill is now being dragged into a large-scale corruption case in Brazil after one of its subsidiaries had its offices searched. The case allegedly concerns contracts for pipe-laying support vessels worth billions of dollars.


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