World Bank wraps up corruption investigation into Ivato airport

The first few months of the new terminal at Ivato, built and managed by a consortium of Aéroports de Paris, the Meridiam fund and the Bouygues and Colas construction groups, are expected to be disrupted by the findings of an investigation by the World Bank's anti-corruption unit, a branch of which was involved in financing the project. [...] (421 words)
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