LONDON – Italy’s financial police have raided the homes of former AgustaWestland executives over allegations of corruption in a deal to sell helicopters to the Algerian government. Officials from the Guardia di Finanza (GdF) carried out 41 raids on April 23 as part of an investigation into alleged bribes paid to Algerian government officials through the use of invoices created for transactions that never took place. The GdF began its investigation last year, but the allegations ...

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