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According to the US Department of Justice Press Release, on September 30, 2009, AGCO settled an ongoing investigation by the Danish State Prosecutor's Office for Serious Economic Crime: "The charges were based on two Oil-for-Food contracts executed by AGCO's Danish subsidiary, AGCO Denmark A/S. AGCO agreed to pay approximately $630,000 in disgorgement of profits in connection with those charges." (Source: US Department of Justice Press Release, "AGCO Corp. to Pay $1.6 Million in Connection with Payments to the Former Iraqi Government Under the U.N. Oil-For-Food Program," September 30, 2009.)
US Department of Justice Press Release, "AGCO Corp. to Pay $1.6 Million in Connection with Payments to the Former Iraqi Government Under the U.N. Oil-For-Food Program," September 30, 2009, accessed at http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2009/September/09-crm-1056.html
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