US charges 3 people, 3 firms in Iraq oil program

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    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors in New York have charged three more people in connection with secret kickbacks in the U.N. oil-for-food program, the U.S. Attorney's office said on Friday.



    They were Oscar S. Wyatt Jr., a Texas business executive and the former chairman of Coastal Corp.; Catalina del Socorro Miguel Fuentes, a Swiss business executive; and Mohammed Saidji, a Swiss business executive, prosecutors said in a statement.

    The three newly charged companies were Nafta Petroleum Company Ltd., Mednafta Trading Company Ltd., both based in Cyprus, and Sarenco, a Swiss consulting firm.
     
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