Agricultural Program & Subsidies Fraud

by on June 26, 2008

The False Claims Act also applies to any fraudulent misrepresentation or scheme to obtain agricultural subsidies or funds from agricultural programs outside the designated jurisdiction.

A major U.S. grain company paid $25 million to resolve a False Claims Act case that involved sales of agricultural products to Iraq through a foreign company participating in a Department of Agriculture program for exporters of agricultural products.

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