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Between 2004 and 2009, Ralph Lauren’s Argentinian subsidiary bribed customs officials "to improperly obtain paperwork necessary for goods to clear customs; permit clearance of items without the necessary paperwork and/or the clearance of prohibited items; and on occasion, to avoid inspection entirely," the Justice Department said. Fake invoices were created to mask the payoffs, which totaled roughly $580,000, according to case documents.

The SEC and Justice Department both praised the company’s response to the misconduct.

"The [non prosecution agreement] in this matter makes clear that we will confer substantial and tangible benefits on companies that respond appropriately to violations and cooperate fully with the SEC," the agency’s acting enforcement director, George Canellos, said in a statement.

CNNMoney (New York) April 22, 2013: 12:26 PM ET

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