Rio Tinto Workers Admit Taking Bribes in China

From today’s New York Times:

SHANGHAI — China’s high-profile prosecution of executives of the British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto took a bizarre turn on Monday, as the executives, once accused of spying, confessed instead to accepting bribes from Chinese steel makers. (Read more)

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