Rolls-Royce is hoping that the hefty sums paid to Brazilian, British and U.S. regulators this week will close an unpleasant chapter in the company’s history. What started as a series of internet postings regarding the operations of its civil aerospace business in China and Indonesia quickly grew into a broad investigation that has delved deep into the company’s business affairs across 12 countries. The deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) settlements that total just over ...

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