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04 January 2017
The OECD and Greece have launched a new plan to tackle bribery and corruption across both the public and private sector
19 October 2016
08 July 2016
Former staff at German conglomerate Siemens, including ex-CEO Heinrich von Pierer, are to face trial in Greece over allegations that they bribed managers at Greek telecoms company OTE to win a project in 1997.
24 November 2015
German defence company Atlas Elektronik has argued to the Bremen Prosecutor’s Office that the authority’s foreign bribery case against the company falls outside the five-year statute of limitations, GIR understands.
20 November 2015
Greek prosecutors are investigating nine HSBC customers on the “Lagarde list”, a list of 2,000 potential tax evaders given to Greece in 2010 by the International Monetary Fund’s managing director Christine Lagarde, who at the time was France’s finance minister.
23 September 2015
Greek prosecutors have charged seven individuals with bribery and money-laundering offences in connection with allegedly corrupt deals signed between German car maker Daimler and Greece's government between 1997 and 2000.
28 April 2015
Airbus Helicopters has rejected a report by German newspaper Bild that the manufacturer allegedly paid €41 million in bribes to Greek officials to secure a helicopter supply contract, according to reports.
27 March 2015
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