These were detected long before Wal-Mart started probing suspected violations of the law at its Indian unit
New Delhi: At least eight American companies operating in India were found to have violated the US law that prohibits bribing foreign government officials to further their business interests, long before Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world’s biggest retailer, started probing suspected violations of the statute by some executives at its local unit.
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