German prosecutors reportedly are investigating allegations of bribery and corruption involving about 20 employees at French parts maker Faurecia SAand several German auto makers. The case concerns alleged annual payments of €600,000-€800,000 ($760,000 to $1 million) made by Faurecia to Volkswagen AG, Audi AG and BMW AG purchasing executives, in order to win future business, Reuters reports. Two former BMW purchasing managers currently are being investigated, while three suspects with ties ...

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