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Oslo court doubts Vimpelcom ex-CEO involved in corruption

Monday 9 November 2015 | 12:07 CET | News
Oslo district court has said there are no reasonable grounds to believe that Vimpelcom's former CEO, Jo Lunder, was involved in corruption at the Russian company, Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten said on its website. Lunder was arrested in connection with the affair at Oslo airport on 04 November.

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Companies: Telenor / Vimpelcom
Countries: Norway
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