Credit Agricole Said to Be Near $800 Million Sanction SettlementBy and
Deal with Justice Department, others seen as soon as this week
Deutsche Bank, Societe Generale, UniCredit probes still open
Credit Agricole SA will pay as much as $800 million to settle a U.S. probe into violations of sanctions against Iran and Sudan as soon as this week, according to two people briefed on the matter.
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