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Employees at Danish power plant manufacturer reported for corruption

Two employees have been reported for corruption, while a third has been dismissed for violating ethical guidelines in connection with the sale of projects in Africa.

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Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractors' (BWSC) sales of power plants to African countries has been tainted by a corruption scandal after an investigation by state attorney law firm Poul Schmidt concludes that certain employees have violated ethical guidelines for partnering with local advisors and entrepreneurs and could have participated in bribery.

BWSC has now dismissed the employees. Two figures who were central to the negotiation have also been reported, announces the company in a press release.

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