Ride-sharing company Uber disclosed in a regulatory filing the Department of Justice has closed its investigation into possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Uber said in May 2017 and August 2017 it received requests from the Fraud Section of the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division concerning allegations of “small payments to police in Indonesia and other potential improper payments in other countries in which we operate or have operated, including in Malaysia, China, and India.”

In a Jan. 2 regulatory filing, however, Uber said the Fraud Section recently informed the company it “has closed its inquiry and will not be pursuing an enforcement action.”