Halliburton pays US$29.2 million in first corporate FCPA settlement under Trump
Halliburton, an oilfield services company, has agreed to pay US$29.2 million to settle books and records and internal controls violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the US Securities and Exchange Commission said on 27 July.
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