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Export Credit Guarantee Department Corruption Information - Public Sources

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Publication Date

Publisher 
Dodgy dealing: corruption in the arms trade  1 February 2005   Campaign against the arms trade 
Firms can keep secret agents  25 January 2005   The Guardian 
Firms can keep secret agents: Minister persuaded to ease anti-bribery rules  25 January 2005   The Guardian 
Industry keen to distance itself from taint of corruption:  14 January 2005   The Financial Times 
Using Judicial Review to Combat Corruption  13 January 2005   UNICORN 
Mark Thomas finds corruption sadly unregulated; UK arms firms will get advance warning of any SFO investigation for corruption. This is like the police telling crack dealers that the sniffer dog has a cold, so they'll pop round later.  1 January 2005   New Statesman 
Hewitt 'weakened rules against corporate graft'  23 December 2004   The Guardian (London) - Final Edition 
Secret �1bn deal to insure Saudi arms contract  14 December 2004   The Guardian 
Export Credits Guarantee Department (File on Four Transcript)  30 November 2004   BBC 
New Procedures On Bribery And Corruption In Export Deals Announced By ECGD  11 April 2004   Export Credit Guarantee Department 
The Export Credits Guarantee Department�s new measures to combat bribery and corruption in export deals  7 April 2004   HerbertSmith 
NEW PROCEDURES ON BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION IN EXPORT DEALS ANNOUNCED BY ECGD  1 April 2004   Hermes Database 
Underwriting Bribery: Export Credit Agencies and Corruption  1 December 2003   The Cornerhouse 
Summary: Underwriting Bribery: Export Credit Agencies and Corruption  1 December 2003   The Cornerhouse 
Brief on ECAs, EDC and corruption  1 December 2003   Halifax Initiative 
Turning a Blind Eye: Corruption and the UK Export Credits Guarantee Department  18 June 2003   Cornerhouse 
The political influence of arms companies  1 April 2003   CAAT 
Rolls-Royce accused of bribery  2 February 2003   The Observer 
The questions taxpayers must ask  2 February 2003   The Observer 

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