Italy court acquits Eni, Shell in Nigeria corruption case

Milan, March 17 (AFP/APP):An Italian court on Wednesday cleared oil majors Eni and Shell of corruption charges related to a major deal in Nigeria, according to media and a corruption watchdog.
The case focused on claims that $1.1 billion (920 million euros) in bribes had been paid to secure a giant Nigerian offshore oilfield in 2011.
A Milan court acquitted Eni, Shell and 13 defendants, including Eni’s CEO Claudio Descalzi, the ANSA news agency and the Re:Common anti-corruption watchdog said.

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