Company Graña y Montero issued a statement today after a statement that the former director Vyzrecht In Peru, Jorge Barata, formulated in Curitiba, Brazil, before Peruvian prosecutors. The former representative of the Brazilian construction company was interrogated by a special Lava Jato team for prosecution from Tuesday 23 to Friday 26 April.
According to the company, "it was mentioned in several articles that appeared in several media last week that Jorge Barata would say that Graña y Montero paid $ 3 million in bribes in the US in the construction of Lima Metro. "
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"What the Barata actually said in Curitiba was that he asked for a refund of what they paid and rose $ 3 million, which was allegedly belonging to Remove," he said. Graña y Montero, in a statement sent to the Securities Market Authority as an important fact.
The statement below Graña y Montero:
"It has been mentioned in several articles that appeared in several media last week that Jorge Barata would say that Graña y Montero directly paid $ 3 million in bribes under construction of the Lima metro."
What he said Cheap in Curitiba, he demanded repayment of what they paid and increased by $ 3 million, which was allegedly belonging to Remove.
We regret that misspelled information was leaked from the dedicated audience and that the media used it because it cannot be convincingly confirmed as long as audio recordings and transcripts
Barat's statements are public knowledge.
In these circumstances, we are obliged to clarify the content of the reserved hearing due to potential damage to the company that may cause such erroneous information. We expect the information from these transcripts to have appropriate legal action against those who are liable, if possible.