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Jean Rodriguez, Attorney General of the Dominican Republic speaks during the press conference after questioning the general manager of Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, Marcelo Hofke (out of frame), for more than six hours in Dominican Republic, in Santo Domingo on January 10, 2017. 
Construction projects in at least six Latin American countries have been impacted by a major Brazilian corruption scandal that saw companies pay bribes for contracts. Hofke, was summoned by Attorney Jean Alain Rodriguez in the case of bribes to Dominican officials, according to investigations conducted in Brazil.  / AFP / afp / Erika SANTELICES        (Photo credit should read ERIKA SANTELICES/AFP/Getty Images)
Jean Rodriguez, Attorney General of the Dominican Republic speaks during the press conference after questioning the general manager of Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, Marcelo Hofke (out of frame), for more than six hours in Dominican Republic, in Santo Domingo on January 10, 2017. 
Construction projects in at least six Latin American countries have been impacted by a major Brazilian corruption scandal that saw companies pay bribes for contracts. Hofke, was summoned by Attorney Jean Alain Rodriguez in the case of bribes to Dominican officials, according to investigations conducted in Brazil.  / AFP / afp / Erika SANTELICES        (Photo credit should read ERIKA SANTELICES/AFP/Getty Images)

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La empresa brasileña Odebrecht deberá entregar la documentación que le requirió la Procuraduría General de la República, que investiga el pago de 92 millones de dólares por parte de esta firma en sobornos para acceder a contratos millonarios en el país.

República Dominicana: Procuraduría espera documentos de Odebrecht en caso de sobornos

La empresa brasileña Odebrecht deberá entregar la documentación que le requirió la Procuraduría General de la República, que investiga el pago de 92 millones de dólares por parte de esta firma en sobornos para acceder a contratos millonarios en el país.