MUNICH, June 29 (Reuters) - Munich prosecutors are reviewing whether carmaker BMW may have violated German anti-corruption laws by inviting public officials to a resort in the Swiss Alps for free driver training sessions. "We have taken the case over from prosecutors in Bochum and are checking whether and into whom we should conduct an investigation, but we are just at the beginning," a spokesman for the Munich prosecutor's office said on Thursday. The case centres on days-long training ...
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