(March 10, 2014) Export Development Canada says it needs nearly a year to sort through a mountain of documents regarding its involvement in Libya.
SNC-Lavalin corruption case in India rages on
(September 16, 2013) SNC-Lavalin’s decade-long scandal in India goes to trial.
SNC-Lavalin corruption trial: Bangladesh wants the diary
(September 7, 2013) Bangladesh plans to have a anti-corruption official attend the Canadian pre-trial for two former SNC-Lavalin employees charged with corruption in relation to a $1.2-billion Bangladeshi bridge project. Canadian evidence needed to close Bangladesh case.
Business as usual for SNC-Lavalin subsidiary
(August 20, 2013) The World Bank and Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development have banned Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin from bidding on aid contracts. But that hasn’t deterred the Canadian federal department of Public Works from awarding a lucrative defence contract to a subsidiary of the corruption-plagued SNC-Lavalin company.
Export credit the new ‘odious debt’ of the Third World
(September 1, 2006) Patricia Adams, executive director of Probe International, speaking to the European Commission Conference on Export Credit Agencies and Sustainable Development, 20 June 2006, Brussels.
Free the Third World of export credit agencies
(June 21, 2006) The evidence of boondoggles made possible by Export Credit Agency (ECA) support – the Three Gorges dam, the Norwegian shipping deal to Ecuador, the Manantali dam in the Senegal River basin, the Bataan nuclear power station in the Philippines, pulp and paper mills to Indonesia, the OK Tedi mine in Papua New Guinea, military exports to Iraq – is extensive and well documented.
Export credit debt prevention
(June 20, 2006) Three steps to protecting future generations from export credit agencies.
Exporters to identify agents and face random audits in anti-bribery drive
(April 5, 2006) Exporters will have to identify middlemen and face random audits to detect potential bribes under tough anti-corruption rules issued by the government yesterday.
BAE ordered to name payment agents
(March 17, 2006) BAE Systems, Britain’s biggest and most influential arms company, has been ordered to reveal the identity of agents it uses to make secret payments abroad.al the identity of agents it uses to make secret payments abroad.
Agency to boost anti-corruption
(March 17, 2006) The Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD) offers UK exports insurance against non-payment.
Significant victory for the fight against corruption
(March 15, 2006) Export Credit Guarantee Department re-improves its anti-corruption procedures.
‘Few countries have much mettle for enforcing anti-bribery laws’
(February 27, 2006) According to Probe International in Toronto, Germany and Japan are challenging efforts to tighten anti-corruption guidelines covering companies supported by official export credit agencies.
Experience and Practice of Combating Bribery in Officially Supported Export Credits
(February 24, 2006) Prepared by Dr. Sue Hawley, The Corner House, on behalf of ECA-Watch The evidence so far from the OECD Working Group on Bribery Phase 2 reviews.
Germany and Japan block new anti-bribery guidelines for export credit agencies
(February 24, 2006) Anti-bribery watchdog Probe International calls OECD guidelines "paper tiger" anyway.
Covering letter for the ECA-Watch briefing paper on bribery in its phase 2 reviews
(February 24, 2006) “The paper details comments made so far about Export Credit Agency practice on combating bribery and looks at the recommendations made by the OECD Working Group on Bribery and Phase 2 peer review examiners for improving ECA practice" regarding bribery.