The Munich Public Prosecutor's Office has discontinued its bribery procedure for years in Eurofighter affair against Airbus. In extraordinarily extensive investigation, re were no examples of bribe payments, investigating authority shared. Airbus refore has to pay 81,250,000 euros due to a negligent supervisory breach.
In particular, prosecutor's office is complaining of three-digit millions of payments to two companies in UK. According to authority, se monies were used for unclear purposes, bypassing company's internal controls, for most part without assignable. The money flows did not determine purpose of payments.
Only at beginning of last year did Austrian Ministry of Defence submit a lawsuit against Airbus Defence and Space GmbH and Eurofighter fighter Aircraft GmbH – a unique process between an EU member and a European Defence companies. Austria's accusation against Airbus was suspected of fraudulent and fraudulent deception. As a result, country wanted to prevent accused from being barred from doing so.
Austria had closed sales contract for 18 Eurofighters worth about two billion euros 2003. After a change of government in Vienna, futile negotiations followed complete dissolution of treaty. 2007 it was compared, number of pieces was reduced to 15. The purchase price was reduced by 250 million euros.
From outset, critics had suspected that corruption should have played a role in conclusion of contract. Two parliamentary committees of inquiry were engaged in Eurofighter affair. Prosecutors in Vienna and Zurich continue to investigate.
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