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As the presidential campaign ends at the end of 2016, Walmart lawyers met with senior officials from the Department of Justice in Washington to discuss the settlement looga possible.

The ministry took four years to investigate that the retailer had bribed government officials in Mexico and other countries, one of the major investigations into the Foreign Culture Act. The ministry wanted Walmart to pay penalties of around $ 600 million, according to people familiar with the meeting. Prosecution is on the table on a company or one of the Hunting & United Nations agencies. He was pushing for severe punishment as well.

Walmart was rushed, after the election was over and the two parties continued to negotiate, leading to the Walmart to meet many of the requirements of the Justice Department. Lastly, the last administration of the Obama administration has been steadily getting access to Walmart lawyers to schedule meetings, according to two experts who have been negotiating for a particular discussion on uncertain status.

Walmart was hoping that the Trump administration would have an open mind. Following the scandalous bribery of Walmart for the first time, published in The Times in 2012, Mr. Trump, a wealthy global property, told CNBC that it was unfair to wait for a company like Walmart to be involved in bribery when doing business abroad. Foreign Foreign Language Act Foreign Policy, he said, was "illegal, must be changed."

The person presented in the matter said the negotiations had been in the early stages of the Trump administration. Although Walmart negotiated with high ranking senior officials during the Obama administration, the company was linked with a very good deal. Negotiations have been postponed again, so far, the case of Walmeda has not been resolved, even though the sound may come soon, he said. The company has clearly stated that it has allocated $ 283 million to cover future settlements.

A Walmart spokesperson said the company was a "constant dialogue with the government and we are working to resolve it." Mr. Stafford, spokesperson for the Ministry of Justice, denied the Times in the interview, without clarifying what the ministry was doing.

As part of the implementation of the executive movement under Mr. Trump, The Times asked Duke Law School and the Legal School of Law at the Virginia School of Law to investigate the prosecution of the Company's Department of Justice, which is under observation.