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SAP bribed South African, Indonesian officials with cash, political contributions, luxury goods, US documents show

By Samuel Rubenfeld
  • 11 Jan 2024 00:14
  • 11 Jan 2024 00:14
SAP paid bribes to government officials in South Africa and Indonesia by providing them with cash, political donations, wire transfers and luxury goods acquired during shopping trips, according to documents filed in the US today as part of the software giant’s corruption settlement.
In each country, SAP relied in part

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Samuel Rubenfeld


Samuel Rubenfeld is a reporter covering cases of bribery and corruption and some international trade issues. Prior to joining MLex, he was editor of the Kharon Brief, a news and data analysis platform focused on global security issues, including sanctions and export controls. Earlier in his career, Rubenfeld spent about a decade at The Wall Street Journal, including nearly nine years as a reporter covering corporate risk and compliance concerns such as bribery, money laundering, sanctions, terrorist financing and whistleblowers.

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