To the ranks of international companies which had been withdrawn in the extensive brazilian korruptionsutredningen ”Operation car wash” join the ranks of now the Swedish consulting company ÅF, Pöyry, which has its headquarters in Solna, revealed to Reuters on Friday.
have helped with the construction of a reactor at a nuclear power plant in Rio de Janeiro.
the Company is accused not formally in mututredningen, but at least two of the ÅF group's brazilian managers appear in the court documents, which on Thursday submitted in connection with the mutåtalet against the former president, Michel Temer.
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ÅF Pöyrys management said he could not comment on the ongoing investigation, but the company's communications director Cathrine Sandegren writes in a mejlsvar to DN that it stated previously, that the contracts won in kärnkraftsbygget, in competition with three other companies, each in his own order:
by Eletronuclear (company that operates and build thermonuclear plants in Brazil, ed's note) and carried out by the brazilian federal agency has ruled that there would be some inaccuracies in connection with the agreement.”
”ÅF conducts business according to high ethical standards and seems to work in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. There is zero tolerance towards fraud, bribery and corruption,” writes Sandegren.
ÅF Pöyrys sustainability Nyamko Sabuni, former minister in the alliance government, is one of the persons most often mentioned in speculation about who will succeed Jan Björklund, leader of the Liberals.