Descalzi, Scaroni acquitted in Eni Nigeria case

(ANSA) – MILAN, MAR 17 – A Milan court on Wednesday
acquitted Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi and its former chief and
current AC Milan President Paolo Scaroni, of paying bribes paid
to land the OPL 245 oil licence in Nigeria in 2011.
    Eni and Shell were also acquitted.
    All 15 defendants including former Nigerian oil minister Dan
Etete were also acquitted.
    Descalzi’s lawyer Paola Severino said her client’s “international reputation has finally been restored”, as well as
that of Eni.
    The trial lasted over three years. (ANSA).


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