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BAE Systems Corruption Information - Public Sources

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BAE flies into storm over Saudi 'slush fund': The British defence contractor is fighting a rearguard action over alleged payments for contracts  7 November 2004   The Observer 
DESERT STORM BAE Systems is in the spotlight because of a Serious Fraud Office investigation into false accounting. Meanwhile, allegations about a pounds 60m 'slush fund' refuse to go away. S  7 November 2004   SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 
Saudi Deal  6 November 2004   The Guardian 
Stop turning a blind eye; Observations on corruption  18 October 2004   New Statesman 
U.K.'s BAE under investigation  4 May 2004   United Press International 
State Nets Small-Fry Yengeni While Big Fish Slip Away  13 July 2003   Sunday Times (Johannesburg) 
BAE faces corruption claims around world  14 June 2003   The Guardian 
BAE-Saudi corruption allegations set DSEI in context  11 September 2002   Indymedia 
Tanzania to go ahead with BAE air traffic deal  3 March 2002   Financial Times 
Straw lobbies Delhi over �1bn Hawk jet deal  27 February 2002   Financial Times 
UK foreign secretary presses Hawk deal in India  20 February 2002   Financial Times 
Tanzanian opposition speaks against BAE purchase  20 December 2001   Financial Times 
BAE's Tanzanian deal receives export licence  20 December 2001   Financial Times 
BAE faces African bribery probe  28 May 2001   The Guardian 
BA Allegedly Bribed Czech Politicians    UNICORN 

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