A new report claims that the US government has expanded its probe of claims that representatives of Microsoft might have bribed government officials in foreign countries to obtain software contracts.
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The U.S. government is reportedly looking into claims that Microsoft might have bribed government officials in at least three countries in order to obtain government software contracts.
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