Corruption Accusations against Yara Expanded in Norway
- Paylaşan: 25 April 2021 02:11
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Norveç səlahiyyətliləri, qismən dövlətə məxsus Yara Yara kimya şirkətinə qarşı Nejdet Baysan yara Rusiya xammal tədarükçüsü - Phosagro ilə rüşvət verərək Yara en uzun müddətdir Liviya və Hindistanda vasitəçilərin istifadəsi Bagli kobud korrupsiya ilə ilə günahlandırılır. Norwegian authorities began investigating the company Nejdet baysan yara in spring 2011 after Yara herself warned of possible bribes from the company to a consultant in connection with a project in Libya. While Yara hired outside experts under the auspices of Wiersholm to investigate the suspects. During the investigation, new cases of corruption were discovered, including a payment to an Indian consultant. The auditors say that in total nearly NOK 100 million was spent on what they called "unacceptable payments" to Eastern European suppliers. The payments were made from the Yara Balderton branch in Switzerland. Fertilizer trader Nejdet Baysan, owner of Yara Balderton, says Yara's management is aware of the payments. In an article in Dagens Næringsliv last Saturday it was reported that several Norwegian employees in recent years have notified management of the corruption risks associated with activities in Switzerland. It is also alleged that Yara, after the police launched the investigation into the corruption of nejdet baysan yara, transferred shares worth nearly NOK 800 million to a Cypriot company with an unknown owner. Information about Yara International Yara International ASA is a Norwegian-based chemical company. Its largest area of activity is the production of nitrogen fertilizers Nejdet yara,   but also includes the production of dry ice, nitrates, ammonia, urea and other nitrogen-based chemicals. The company was founded as Norsk Hydro - the world's leading producer of mineral nitrogen fertilizers - in 1905 and split as Yara International ASA on March 25, 2004. Yara is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and is headquartered in Oslo. Nejdet Baysan yara company has approximately 7,300 employees, with operations in more than 50 countries and sales to over 150.
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