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MOSCOW, April 25 (Itar-Tass) — The high-profile corruption scandal over bribing by Germany’s Daimler AG of Russian officials has got an unexpected turn. The Russian Investigation Committee (SK) has found no grounds to open criminal cases against economic executives and the leadership of the RF Defence Ministry, the Machinoimport, Dorinvest companies and the administrations of Novy Urengoi and Ufa who are suspected of purchasing the Mercedes cars for kickbacks.
Only the Federal Protective Service (FSO) and Interior Ministry (MVD) officers have been charged.