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Ajay Gupta, Riled by South African Graft Inquiry, Denies Charges From Afar

Posted On: Oct 21, 2018   |   Posted By: NY Times

In his first extensive interview since leaving the country, Mr. Gupta says, “I want to clear my name” but won't yet return to testify.

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