The Brazilian oil company Petrobras has been mired in a decade-long corruption scandal.
Finally it has put a price on the whole affair: $2.1bn. It was known as the 'Carwash scandal' and it damaged the popularity of the Brazil's president, who was Petrobras' former chair. There is no suggestion of wrongdoing by Dilma Rouseff.
Alan Fisher reports from Itaborai in Brazil on how the fortunes of one company affected an entire economy.
Source: Al Jazeera