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80 Percent of Bangladesh Gas Supplying State Giant Took Bribes
30 January 2008 , 11:14635
About 80 percent of 2,800 staff at Bangladesh's biggest state gas supplier Titas Gas Distribution Company took bribes, according to the government anti-graft body.
The company's workers took millions of dollars in return for undercharging thousands of factories and homes for years, said the chief probing the company.
"We have found that almost 80 percent of the company's 2,800 employees are corrupt, " said a colonel of the anti-graft body.
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