Walmart settles corruption probe for $282 million
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A seven-year corruption investigation into Walmart has wrapped up. The retailer was accused of bribing officials in India, Mexico, China and Brazil in order to build new stores. The company has agreed to pay a settlement of $282 million. Also, the Bank of England remains cautious about new Facebook currency Libra; Deutsche Bank faces a new money-laundering probe in the US; and Renault and Nissan try to shore up their alliance through a partnership with self-driving car company Waymo.