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Maersk drawn back into Brazilian corruption case

The Brazilian authorities have widened the investigation of parties involved in the Petrobras corruption case, where Maersk is featured among companies mentioned in the case, according to Bloomberg.

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ShippingWatch reported earlier that new information had been revealed in relation to the investigation of Petrobras. This is not correct. Bloomberg reports only that the investigation has been widened.

The Brazilian authorities have now widened the probe into the major case against Brazilian Petrobras, which recently led to a postponement of the oil giant's interim report. The investigation also concerns Maersk.

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