(March 10, 2014) Export Development Canada says it needs nearly a year to sort through a mountain of documents regarding its involvement in Libya.
Enforcing the law on overseas corruption offences: towards a model for excellence
(July 24, 2004) A discussion paper that looks at why enforcement of overseas corruption offences involving British companies and individuals under the UK’s anti-corruption legislation is crucial to the international fight against corruption.
November 2003 Campaign Letter
Our federal government – to protect a Canadian multinational – is trying to thwart World Bank rules that would punish a company for international corruption. We need your help to encourage the World Bank to live up to its rules and to let Canada’s new prime minister, Paul Martin, know that we will expect more from Canada under his leadership.
Probe International’s brief to SCFAIT on Bill C-31
(October 18, 2001) All spin and no substance: Bill C-31 is a devious bill drafted to convince the public that EDC is doing something to protect the environment while, in fact, EDC is frustrating efforts to stop its environmentally-damaging activities.
The debts of corruption
(May 10, 1999) A global movement is asking Western nations to forgive ‘odious’ debt extended to despotic regimes. The cause has merit, but opposition is building.
Export Credit Insurance and the fight against international corruption
(February 26, 1999) Transparency International proposes a broad framework to encourage transparency in export credit agencies.