QUOTED. April 04, 2019. Brian Benczkowski.
Dialysis giant Fresenius Medical Care is paying $231m to resolve reports the company bribed government and health-care officials in Angola and Saudi Arabia and engaged in sloppy bookkeeping in a range of other countries. See what US Department of Justice's assistant attorney general, Brian Benczkowski, said about it here.
“Fresenius doled out millions of dollars in bribes across the globe to gain a competitive advantage in the medical services industry, profiting to the tune of over $140 million." –Brian Benczkowski, assistant attorney general, US Department of Justice
- Find out more: International Corruption Uncovered: Fresenius Will Pay $231M to Settle Charges of Bribery, Sloppy Bookkeeping
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