By Michael Shields and Angelika Gruber VIENNA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Austria ordered a fresh review of business deals linked to its $2 billion order of Eurofighter jets in 2003, aiming to settle allegations they might have been used to help cloak bribes paid to win the contract. German prosecutors have alleged aerospace group EADS paid at least 50 million euros ($63.5 million) in bribes to Austrian officials to secure the sale of 15 Eurofighters. ...
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