Rolls-Royce, the maker of jet engines and other power systems, said on Monday that it had agreed to pay $817 million to resolve several long-running bribery and corruption inquiries.
The company said that it had reached so-called deferred prosecution agreements with the Serious Fraud Office of Britain, as well as the United States Department of Justice. It also reached a leniency agreement with the Ministério Público Federal of Brazil.
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