At least one senior official at the Reserve Bank knew of allegations that RBA subsidiary companies were involved in corruption prior to the allegations being made public, according to a report on ABC's 7.30 program last night.
Eight former executives of two companies owned by the Reserve Bank, Securency and Note Printing Australia, are facing allegations that they paid bribes to win banknote printing contracts overseas.
The RBA's position is that it was in the dark about...
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