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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive Andrea Vella said the relationship between one of the bank's employees and the relative of a Libyan Investment Authority official wasn't appropriate and he would have been worried had he known about it. In his second week of testimony for the Libyan fund's $1 billion London lawsuit, Vella, the co-head of Asia investment banking, was asked about an incident in which another Goldman banker allegedly paid for two prostitutes while on a 2008 trip to Dubai with Haitem Zarti, the brother of an LIA executive.Kabbaj, who has since left Goldman Sachs, didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
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