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Sector: Construction - Companies

ABB  Acres International  Alstom  AMEC  Baker Hughes 
Balfour Beatty  Bechtel  BICC  Bill Harbert International Construction Inc.,  Biwater 
Brown & Root International  Campenon Bernard  CIDA Hidroquimica  Concor  Dumez 
ED Zublin  F.G. Mason Engineering, Inc.  Frankfurt Group  General Electric  Group Five 
Hochtief  HWV  Impregilo  International Material Solutions Corporation  Kellogg, Brown & Root (KBR) 
Kier International  Knight Piesold  Lahmeyer International  LHPC  LTA 
Metcalf & Eddy  Sam P. Wallace Co.  Siemens  Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners  Sogreah 
Spie Batignolles  Sterling International  Stirling International  Stroitransgaz  Veidekke 

Sector: Construction - Resources

Title Publication Date Subject(s) Publisher
IFBWW attends UN Global Compact summit adopting new principle on anti-corruption  18 August 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments,
Trade Unions  
IFBWW 
World Bank gives Acres three-year debarment as company sells out to Canadian partner  27 July 2004 Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery,
Debarring,
Public Procurement,
Public Procurement  
CIOB 
Statement by Patricia Adams to the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations by Patricia Adams, Executive Director, Probe International  25 May 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Odious Debts 
Global Engineering and Construction Firms Adopt Anti-Corruption Principles  25 April 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Bribery Investigations,
World Works Council  
Eweek 
World Bank statement on Lesotho Court of Appeals ruling  13 April 2004 Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
M2 PRESSWIRE 
IFBWW participates at international meeting on Development Cooperation and Corporate responsibility  13 April 2004 Corporate Accountability,
Corruption and Bribery  
IFBWW 
German firm faces possible blacklisting: World Bank ponders sanctions against Lahmeyer in Lesotho corruption case  13 April 2004 Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Globe and Mail 
Stop bribing poor nations, judges demand  11 April 2004 Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery  
Sunday Times, Zambia 
Lesotho judge ups fine for dam bribery  11 April 2004 Bribery Allegations,
Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery  
Business Report 
Crooked company snubs Lesotho  21 March 2004 Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery  
Business Report 
Global Engineering and Construction Firms Adopt Anti-Corruption Principles  25 January 2004 Corporate Accountability,
Anti-corruption Instruments  
National Engineers Week 
African conduit guilty in Lesotho bribe trial  13 June 2003 Bribery Convictions,
Corruption and Bribery  
The Guardian 
IFBWW Statement on the 5th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) (Cancún, 10-14 September 2003)  4 March 2003 Public Procurement,
Trade,
Trade Unions  
 
Lesotho court suspends bribery fine  11 December 2002 Corruption and Bribery   BBC News 
Acres fined $3.4-million for bribing project's CEO  29 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery   The Globe and Mail 
Firm Faces Fine for Bribery in Lesotho as UN Prepares Convention on Corruption  29 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery   World Bank Dev News 
Canadian company fined £1.6m for Lesotho bribes  29 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery   The Guardian 
Acres vows appeal  28 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery   The Globe and Mail 
Acres International to Appeal Lesotho Court Sentence  28 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery   Acres International Press Release 
Lesotho court fines Acres Oakville firm hit with $3.5 million bribery penalty  28 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery   Toronto Star 
Acres Int'l convicted in African bribery case: Engineering firm shocked; plans appeal  18 September 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Globe and Mail (Canada) 
Underestimating Costs in Public Works Projects- Error or Lie?  1 July 2002 Corruption and Bribery   American Planning Association, Chicago, IL. 
UK firms named in Lesotho bribery verdict Dam project chief given millions to place contracts companies gave millions to dam project official  21 May 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Guardian 
Bribe exposure  20 May 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Channel 4 
IFBWW - BALLAST NEDAM Agreement DUTCH BALLAST NEDAM AND IFBWW SIGN INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT  18 March 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Bribery Investigations,
World Works Council,
Trade Unions  
 
Trying holidays for Maseru corruption accused  20 January 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
IVO Group 
Ondeo wins a new contract in Milan and now treats wastewater for over 2 million inhabitants  5 November 2001 Corruption and Bribery,
Privatisation  
Suez Press Releases 
Siemens lobbied EU against French rivals' merger  7 October 2001 Corruption and Bribery,
Networks  
Financial Times 
R `0.4m Bribery Trail led to Sole Court Told  17 June 2001 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Business Report 
Turkish dam report attacked  10 March 2001 Corruption and Bribery   Financial Times 
Viedekke heads consortium to build a major power plant in Uganda  20 November 2000 Corruption and Bribery   Veidekke ASA Press Release 
EIB finance for the Lesotho Highlands Water Project  4 June 1998 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Press Release 
IFBWW in Davos and Porto Alegre    Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments,
Bribery Investigations,
World Works Council  
 
Health and Safety - Global picture    Corruption and Bribery,
Trade Unions  
IFBWW 
IFBWW Model Framework Agreement    Corruption and Bribery,
Bribery Investigations,
World Works Council  
 
Olympic workers 'risking lives'    Corruption and Bribery   BBC 
ANTI-CORRUPTION INITIATIVE IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING INDUSTRY    Corruption and Bribery   Transparency Interational 
Fraud in Construction - Safeguarding your Assets & Reputation    Corruption and Bribery   Control Risks Group 
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