Nigeria: JPMorgan ignored “glaring” signs of corruption on oil deal
The Nigerian government has accused US lender JPMorgan of breaching its duty of care to the country after $875 million from a lucrative oilfield sale allegedly ended up in the hands of corrupt public officials.
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