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ADELAIDE: Bribery allegations against four Rio Tinto Ltd. employees detained in China are wholly without foundation, the mining giant said Friday, as Australia continued to press Beijing for details of a case that is straining ties between the two nations.
WASHINGTON: The Securities and Exchange Commission had been actively investigating the banking business of billionaire R. Allen Stanford for more than three years before Bernard Madoff's pyramid scheme came to light last December and has fulfilled its duty to pursue alleged wrongdoing by the financier, the agency's inspector general has found.
SYDNEY: A senior executive at mining company BHP Billiton says the way iron ore is priced should be more transparent, and that such a reform could help prevent situations like one that led to four Rio Tinto employees being arrested in China on commercial spying charges.
SYDNEY: An Australian dollars 50 billion (US$41 billion) deal for China to buy Australian natural gas shows current diplomatic tensions between the two countries will not trump their commercial interests, officials said Wednesday.
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WASHINGTON: British-based Defense company BAE Systems PLC pleaded guilty to conspiracy on Monday, and a judge imposed a US$400 million fine, among the largest in the Justice Department's efforts to combat overseas corruption in international business.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>