Switzerland-based Glencore, the parent company of Viterra Ag Commodity Trading Company, will pay $1.02 billion in fines for bribery charges in the U.S., United Kingdom and Brazil. Glencore will pay the penalties to resolve bribery charges brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the United Kingdom Serious Fraud Office and the Brazilian Federal Prosecutor’s Office. Read more.
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