Romanian Sorin Mindrutescu, the general manager of U.S. tech group Oracle’s Romanian subsidiary, is reportedly targeted by an investigation of the anticorruption prosecutors. He went to the headquarters of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) on Wednesday evening for questioning.
The prosecutors raided on Wednesday morning Oracle’s offices in Bucharest. They are investigating a case of corporate corruption and possible bribery for large contracts awarded by Oracle Romania, according to judicial sources quoted by G4Media.ro.
Sorin Mindrutescu, who has been managing Oracle Romania’s operations since 2008, said he couldn’t comment on the investigation as he didn’t know the charges against him. “What I can say is that I have openly answered all of the prosecutors’ requests and will do so in the future,” he told Ziarul Financiar.
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