Chilean Billionaire’s Fishing Company Charged in Bribery CaseBy
Corpesca allegedly paid lawmakers during fishing bill debate
Chile’s industrial fleets have depleted fishing stocks
A Chilean court charged Corpesca SA, a fishing company controlled by billionaire Roberto Angelini, with facilitating bribes to lawmakers as they debated a 2012 law that gave it rights to fish for free along the country’s coasts for at least 20 years.
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