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Canadian consulting company pleads guilty to bid-rigging

 |  July 30, 2012

Now subject to a court order and slated to pay $125,000 in fines, Corporate Research Group of Canada pled guilty to criminal bid-rigging for real estate advisory contracts with the Canadian federal government. Back in February 2007, company representatives agreed with a Louis Facchini of First Porter Consultancy on bids before submitting them for consideration by Public Works and Government Services.

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