Commodities giant Glencore has agreed to pay $180m to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to cover corruption allegations, the latest payment in a series of graft cases it has faced worldwide.

The Anglo-Swiss mining company said that the settlement with DRC covers “all present and future claims arising from any alleged acts of corruption” by the Glencore Group between 2007 and 2018.

It comes months after Glencore announced deals with authorities in the United States, Britain and Brazil to pay a total of $1.5bn to resolve all accusations of corruption and market manipulation.

The US Justice Department said in May that Glencore paid more than $100m to intermediaries over 10 years

In DRC, Glencore acknowledged that it paid $27.5m to third parties with the goal that a portion be used to bribe Congolese officials to secure improper business advantages

“Glencore is a long-standing investor in the DRC and is pleased to have reached this Agreement to address the consequences of its past conduct,” Chairman Kalidas Madhavpeddi said

Last month, a British court ordered Glencore to pay more than 280 million pounds ($341m) for using bribes to bolster its oil profits in five African countries.