Five former Rio Tinto employees at Quebec smelter arrested for fraud

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Five former Rio Tinto aluminum employees in Quebec have been charged with fraud resulting from an internal investigation launched by the company almost two years ago. The five arrested and released in Alma on Wednesday were allegedly paid bribes at their homes after setting up a system of false invoices with a former company subcontractor, said the Quebec provincial police. Sgt. Melanie Dumaresq said the investigation is continuing and more arrests are possible.

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