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23.09.2016 When good laws aren’t implemented

In the UK and Europe, legislation such as the UK Public Contract Regulations 2006 and the European Public Procurement Directive give governments the power to debar or exclude companies...

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08.08.2016 Airbus investigation exposes corruption risks with third parties

8 August 2016, London – Commenting on the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) opening a new investigation into allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption at Airbus, Katherine Dixon Director...

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28.06.2016 Why Airbus can’t be allowed to ‘forget’ about its middlemen

The failure of Airbus to declare its agents highlights the weakness of self-disclosure requirements and why governments can and should use export policies to reduce the influence of corrupt...

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28.06.2016 Agents pose major corruption risks in arms deals

Governments pushing arms trade into the hands of corrupt middlemen London, 28th June 2016 – The drive of major governments towards lucrative arms sales in emerging markets is increasing...

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13.04.2016 Why defence sales are undermining national security

Finally lawmakers from several states are starting to raise serious doubts about weapons sales to Saudi Arabia. The Swedish Parliament began the debate last June with a report proposing...

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13.10.2015 Tatra Trucks: Answering the Anti-Corruption Call

In the anti-corruption fight, quick wins rarely come around. It can take years to help people understand how corruption can damage their business and their country. That’s why the...

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