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Report: Apple accused of bribing Russian officials
By Phil Dzikiy | 01.31.13

Apple is suspected of bribing Russian officials with a paid trip to London, according to a report from Russia. The company is alleged to have set up a week-long seminar for Russian regional ministers of education and other officials to learn more about Apple products, at a time when the government is about to award up to $66.5 million per region for equipment modernization. A representative from the National Anti-Corruption Committee said the matter should be investigated as if Apple completely financed the trip. Apple denies paying for the officials’ travel. [via Brightwire from Regnum]

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Russian officials?  Accepting bribes?  Unheard of!

Without bribes, business doesn’t get done in Russia.

By Carl on 01.31.13 at 10:57 AM

I guess the Russian National Anti-Corruption Committee was contacted by somebody who did not get any bribes…

By ikl on 02.01.13 at 12:32 AM

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