MUNICH/DUESSELDORF, Germany, March 29 (Reuters) - German authorities detained a second person in an investigation into suspected corruption at Ferrostaal, the Essen-based group that develops and manages industrial projects. "We confirm a second arrest," a spokeswoman for prosecutors in Munich said on Monday. She declined to give more details other than to say the probe of suspected bribery to win contracts focused "on a period that is a rather long time ago". Investigators last week took ...
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