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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian gun maker Forjas Taurus SA
In a securities filing, Taurus underscored that the criminal charges reported by Reuters were directed at two former executives and the company was involved in the case as an interested party. After learning about suspicions surrounding the Yemeni arms dealer, the gunmaker said it halted any further shipments that he had negotiated.
(Reporting by Brad Haynes, editing by G Crosse)
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