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Odebrecht pide a Supremo Tribunal de Brasil que silencie a fiscal general de Venezuela en exilio

 

 

 

 

Por Redacción de Reuters

BRASILIA
Petroleumworld 19 10 2017

La empresa de ingeniería Odebrecht SA pidió el miércoles al Supremo Tribunal Federal de Brasil que amenace con multas a la ex fiscal general de Venezuela para que no divulgue información relacionada con un testimonio que se ha mantenido confidencial.

En diciembre, Odebrecht y su filial petroquímica Braskem SA acordaron pagar 3.500 millones de dólares en multas para cerrar investigaciones por sobornos políticos en Brasil, Estados Unidos y Suiza.

Algunos aspectos del testimonio siguen siendo confidenciales cuando involucran a países donde la constructora brasileña no ha llegado a acuerdo con los fiscales.



Editado en español por Javier López de Lérida de Reuters.

reuters.com 18 10 2017

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