By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Two executives from one of Brazil’s largest construction conglomerates, Andrade Gutierrez, have agreed to turn state’s evidence in exchange for house arrest. According to Brazil’s Ministerio Público Federal (Federal Public Ministry) former company president, Otávio Marques de Azevedo and former director Elton Negrão will be monitored by electronic ankle bracelets.

The two men are accused active and passive corruption, money laundering and creation of . . .

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