Media: Aker CEO inquired about rumors at meeting

Aker CEO Øyvind Eriksen had inquired about the "rumors of unethical business conduct" during a meeting with Unaoil in 2011. This is evident in the minutes taken at the meeting, which Norwegian newspaper Dagens Næringsliv has seen.

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Aker's CEO had inquired about the rumors of unethical conduct at Unaoil a long time before it was publicly known that the company has used bribes to secure oil contracts for western companies.

This took place during a meeting in 2011, when the Norwegian CEO Øyvind Eriksen met with an executive of Unaoil named Cyprus Ahshani, according to Norwegian newspaper Dagens Næringsliv, which is in possession of the summary from the meeting.

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