Vimpelcom sets aside US$900 million amid Uzbek bribery probe
Netherlands-based telecoms company Vimpelcom, which is also Russia’s third-largest wireless carrier, has set aside US$900 million as it waits for the outcome of the US Department of Justice, US Securities and Exchange Commission and Dutch prosecutor probes into alleged bribes paid by the company in Uzbekistan, according to reports.
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