30 January 2012 11:35 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Hungarian prosecutors have closed an investigation into allegations that a high-ranking official of ?xml:namespace>
The investigation had produced no evidence that would show the official or MOL had been involved in any such bribery,
Last September, Croatian fraud investigators charged Sanader with taking a €10m ($13.2m) bribe from MOL in 2008 in return for arranging MOL management control of INA, in which it currently has a 47.46% stake.
Documents implicating the MOL official were handed over by Croatian prosecutors to their counterparts in
However, the Hungarian prosecutors said they had determined that two Cyprus-based firms said to have handed over the bribe were not related to MOL, but were part of the business interests of a major Russian investor, whom they declined to name.
($1 = €0.76)
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