Drug firms in bribes probe

LONDON – GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca have been asked to hand over documents to Britain’s Serious Fraud Office as part of its investigation into bribes allegedly paid to Saddam Hussein’s deposed Iraqi regime, they confirmed last night. Fraud office staff are investigating possible breaches of the oil-for- food sanctions that were in place against the Middle Eastern country.

The investigation was triggered by a damning UN report that listed more than 2200 companies worldwide that may have been linked to bribery or “kickbacks” to Iraq.

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