LONDON—Airbus is to pay €81 million ($99 million) to resolve a German investigation into potential corruption over the sale of Eurofighter aircraft to Austria. While the investigation, launched by the public prosecutor in Munich in 2012, did not confirm allegations of bribery, investigators did find that several former Airbus managers were negligent in their duties under Germany’s administrative misdemeanor laws, the company said Feb. 9 Airbus says its managers failed to ...

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