Swiss Attorney General Refunds Millions to Brazil

The 365 million Swiss francs have been returned with the consent of the authorized persons in favor of victims in Brazil.

By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Crimefighters in Switzerland and Brazil pledged to intensify cooperation to resolve the sprawling corruption case linked to Brazilian state oil firm Petrobras in which around US$ 701 million (700 million Swiss francs) remain frozen in the alpine country.

The Swiss Attorney Generals' Office has so far returned roughly US$ 365.6 million (365 million Swiss francs) to Brazil related to Petrobras and construction firm . . .

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