Corruption in Italy: Dog bites man - The Economist

Corruption in Italy: Dog bites man

Corruption in Italy: Dog bites man - The Economist
Corruption in Italy: Dog bites man
Published Aug 21, 2004
316 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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An arrest revives the spectre of corruption at ENI BACK to bribesville? This month a manager at EniPower, the power subsidiary of ENI, was arrested in connection with backhanders on contracts. Founded in 1953, ENI was the Italian state's...

  
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