Walmart Inc., the world’s largest retailer, agreed Thursday to resolve its bribery cases in Mexico, Brazil, China and India with the U.S. government by paying a total of $282 million.
The company agreed to sign a three-year nonprosecution deal and to hire former FBI director Louis Freeh as its corporate monitor.
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