Allegations by a government-owned Turkish bank that a software firm, Kirchman Corp., was involved in a bribery scandal have created difficulties for the company's overseas sales efforts, its founder said.

The bribery allegations stem from a multiyear, $40 million contract that Kirchman, of Orlando, won in 1990 to supply computers and core banking software to Emlak Bankasi, a government-owned, housing-finance bank.

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