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Norway postpones parliamentary hearing on Vimpelcom case

Tuesday 8 December 2015 | 14:13 CET | News
A parliamentary committee in Norway has agreed to postpone a hearing planned for 16 December on the corruption scandal surrounding Vimpelcom and its shareholder Telenor. Norwegian paper VG reports that the public prosecutor asked the committee to delay the hearing for fear it could endanger the ongoing investigation by the prosecutor, which is also working with US officials on the case. Committee Chairman Martin Kolberg said a decision had not been taken yet on when to reschedule the hearing. Vimpelcom is under investigation for alleged corruption in obtaining licences to operate in

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Categories: General
Companies: Telenor / Vimpelcom
Countries: Norway
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