RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 17- Petroleo Brasileiro SA's Chief Executive Officer Maria das Graças Foster said on Wednesday that she had offered to resign because of a widening alleged bribery scandal but that Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff had turned her down. "I need to be investigated, we all need to be investigated, that takes time," Foster told journalists at...» Read More
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