We don't know what's in the water they're drinking over there in Germany, but apparently it makes you do illegal things. Following a number of corporate scandals involving many of Germany's largest companies, BMW announced on Wednesday that one of its purchasing managers had been arrested on bribery charges. The manager is accused of accepting a total of $100,000 in bribes from a supplier expecting preferential treatment for his company's products. The chief prosecutor in the case has noted that the investigation so far has found this to be an isolated incident.
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