(Adds quotes, background) By Andreas Moeser FRANKFURT, July 28 (Reuters) - Frankfurt prosecutors said on Friday they were investigating Pierre Levi, the chief executive of French car parts company Faurecia , on suspicion he abetted corruption by covering up bribes to carmakers. Prosecutor Sybille Gottwald told reporters in Germany's financial capital that Levi acknowledged in writing that he knew since 2001 of bribes paid by the world's biggest maker of car instrument panels and doors ...
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