French industrial group Bollore on Friday entered into a settlement with the French authorities over a decade-old corruption case in Togo. The holding company admitted to resorting to corruption and breach of trust in order to win the management of the port of Lomé, in Togo. A separate plea deal with three top company executives was thrown out by a judge.Members-only content. While the blog operates on a free-to-view basis, your registration is required in order to read all of the content. To continue reading, please login or Register now.