Company linked to alleged foreign bribery conspiracy in Nauru received $2.5m Australian government contract

Nauru. Picture: RNZ

SYDNEY, 18 SEPTEMBER 2018 (ABC) – A company linked to an alleged conspiracy to bribe foreign officials on Nauru received a $2.5 million (US$1.7 million) Australian government contract to build housing for refugees held on the island. Last week the Australian Federal Police (AFP) charged Mozammil Gulamabbas Bhojani with one count of conspiracy to bribe […]

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