Israel’s police and its securities regulator said they had sufficient evidence to proceed with a bribery case against Shikun & Binui, Israel’s largest construction group, its units and senior executives.
Police did not name any of the individuals involved and a spokesman for the force was not immediately available to comment. A spokesman for the company declined to comment.
Investigations into Shikun and Binui began in February 2018 and the company said at the time that four current and former employees of a foreign subsidiary had been detained for questioning by Israeli police on suspicion of bribery in Africa.
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