The trial of an oil company on charges of bribing Iraqi officials


The trial of an oil company accused of four corruption cases, including bribery of Iraqi oil officials, has begun through the Serious Fraud Office.

Una Oil, run by the Iranian family, has been accused of paying bribes to Iraqi officials to ensure that two major oil and construction firms have contracts.

In March, the Serious Fraud Office began collecting information and investigating the work of Ona Oil.

A member of the Hassani family, owned by Ona Oil, said their company had worked through two branches and was now in bankruptcy, and that the Fraud Office’s investigations were the main reason for the company’s bankruptcy.

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