(March 10, 2014) Export Development Canada says it needs nearly a year to sort through a mountain of documents regarding its involvement in Libya.
Ottawa falls short in attempt to rein in EDC
(August 28, 2013) Proposed changes to regulations governing Export Development Canada don’t go far enough.
SNC-Lavalin corruption allegations abound — so why’s Canada promoting the company abroad?
(August 3, 2013) A little-known Crown corporation is doing what it can to help corruption-plagued SNC-Lavalin get a lucrative contract in Trinidad and Tobago.
EDC releases internal documents to Probe International under Access to Information, but reveals little: UPDATE
(February 27, 2009) Heavily censored data keeps tight lip on Canadian investments in Chile.
Address to the European Commission conference on export credit agencies and sustainable development
(June 20, 2006) Thank you very much to FERN and to the European Commission. It is an honour for me to be here to discuss this very important subject – how to prevent more unpayable Third World debts being created by the world’s export credit agencies.
Export credit debt prevention: speech by Patricia Adams
(June 20, 2006) I suspect the vast majority of ECA loans, credits, and guarantees to the Third World – which have doubled and now account for 34% of all Third World official debts – could be deemed "odious."
Export credit debt prevention
(June 20, 2006) Three steps to protecting future generations from export credit agencies.
Patricia Adams’ Oral Statement to the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
(October 29, 2004) The oral statement presented by Patricia Adams to the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and the roundtable discussion on multilateral development bank corruption.
Canada: “Export Agency must stiffen bribery sanctions,” report
(December 16, 2003) The Canadian agency that underwrites large-scale export projects must adopt tougher rules against bribery by client companies, says a report by a trade union anti-corruption group.
EDC ranks poorly in Anti-Corruption Index
(December 15, 2003) The Canadian Crown corporation says it is satisfied with safeguards in place, but a new report indicates it shouldn’t be.
Thai utility signs electricity deal with Laos dam project.
(November 8, 2003) Thailand’s electricity authority signed an agreement committing itself to buying five billion dollars worth of electricity from the much controversial Nam Theun II hydro-electric power project in Laos.
EDC’s position on bribery and the treatment of companies convicted of such offences
(October 31, 2003) Measures and safeguards, as well as EDC’s normal business considerations and application of its Anti-Corruption Program, help to ensure that future business for which Acres might seek our support is not tainted by corruption.
Thais To Wait 1 Yr For Lao Hydro Pwr; EDF Pulls Out
(July 18, 2003) Thai Energy Minister Prommin Lertsuridej said Friday the country still wants to buy power from Laos’ long-delayed Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric power project, but would wait only one more year before seeking other sources for its long-term energy needs.
How EDC can beat critics
(February 1, 2003) Is EDC making the world a worse place? There’s no way for ordinary Canadians to make an informed judgment because the Crown corporation simply doesn’t reveal enough information.
Kyrgyz mine collapse spurs calls for review
(July 11, 2002) A coalition of environmental and civic groups is calling for an independent investigation of an open-pit gold mine in Kyrgyzstan where a worker was buried and presumed killed when a 200-metre mine wall collapsed on him.