RCMP has laid charges against the engineering firm and two subsidiaries for alleged dirty business dealings in Libya
Former SNC-Lavalin construction head Riadh Ben Aissa accused of fraud, corruption and money laundering
RCMP says harmful counterfeit products increased from 11.5 per cent of investigations in 2005 to 30.4 per cent in 2012
Tyco CEO and chief financial officer were found guilty of giving themselves illegal bonuses and forgiving loans to themselves from 1999 to 2002
Another $20 million was also wrongly attributed to another project which SNC-Lavalin is refusing to identify.
Prosecutors believe the firm paid a $13.5 million commission to win a gas plant project in Abu Dhabi.
Officials are investigating the $825-million power plant contract won by the firm in 2005.
Former SNC-Lavalin CEO Pierre Duhaime was arrested at his home early today by anti-corruption squad agents.
Government spokesperson says Riadh Ben Aissa is charged with fraud and corruption.
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