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André Tarallo (born in 1927 in Centuri, Haute-Corse), commonly known as Monsieur Africa, was a French businessman who worked as the top manager of African affairs for French petroleum company Elf Aquitaine from the late 1970s until his arrest in the 1990s for embezzlement.[1] Tarallo was born at Centuri, Haute-Corse. He testified in July 2000 that Elf Aquitaine
Elf Aquitaine
maintained a slush fund for bribing African governments, including the Angolan government.[2] See also[edit]

Angola-France relations Angolagate

References[edit]

^ POLITICS-FRANCE: Dollars Stuffed into Monsieur Africa's Salad Archived September 29, 2007, at the Wayback Machine., June 9, 2003. IPS ^ Meredith, Martin (2006). The Fate of Africa: From the Hopes of Freedom to the Heart of Despair; A History of Fifty Years. p. 615. 

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