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Saudi Arabia - Resources

Title Publication Date Subject(s) Publisher
Papers show government authorised arms bribes  18 February 2005 Accountants and Auditors,
Bribery Allegations,
Corruption and Bribery,
Networks  
The Guardian 
Dodgy dealing: corruption in the arms trade  1 February 2005 Bribery Allegations,
Corruption and Bribery,
Networks,
Anti-corruption Instruments,
Networks  
Campaign against the arms trade 
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 Corruption and Bribery   New Statesman 
Saudi Deal  6 November 2004 Bribery Investigations,
Corruption and Bribery  
The Guardian 
BAE chairman named in 'slush fund' files  5 May 2004 Bribery Allegations,
Bribery Investigations,
Corruption and Bribery,
Trade  
The Guardian 
Ex-HealthSouth VP Pleads Guilty  27 April 2004 Bribery Allegations,
Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery  
 
BAE-Saudi corruption allegations set DSEI in context  11 September 2002 Bribery Allegations,
Corruption and Bribery  
Indymedia 
Under Stability Pact, first evaluation of anti-corruption measures in South-East Europe    Corruption and Bribery   Council of Europe Press Release 
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