French oil giant Total was ordered on appeal Friday to pay 750,000 euros ($827,000) for corruption linked to the UN "oil-for-food" programme established for Iraq during Saddam Hussein's rule.
The Dutch oil group Vitol was fined 300,000 euros. Both companies had earlier been acquitted by a lower court.
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