Latam to Pay $12.7 Million for Bribery-Linked Record CrimesBy
Predecessor airline paid union to accept lower wages: U.S.
Carrier made $6.7 million from bribery, prosecutors say
Latam Airlines Group SA agreed to pay $12.7 million to resolve a U.S. criminal probe into allegations the Chilean carrier’s predecessor paid bribes to union officials in Argentina.
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