(March 6, 2001) Court indictment and charges of 12 counts of bribery against German engineering company, Lahmeyer International GmbH, in the Lesotho Highlands Water Project.
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(July 13, 2000) The Argentine Federal Court ruling which held that a substantial portion of Argentina’s foreign debt is rooted in fraudulent and illegitimate loans amassed during the country’s military period.
(December 10, 1998) Canada’s legislation on corruption of foreign public officials and the implementation of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions.
(August 1, 1997) This paper analyzes Iraq’s indebtness problem and investigates the applicability of debt-equity swaps as a means of alleviating the severity of Iraq’s external debt and obligations.
(March 29, 1996) The Member States Of The Organization Of American States, Convinced That Corruption Undermines The Legitimacy Of Public Institutions And Strikes At Society, Moral Order And Justice, As Well As At The Comprehensive Development Of Peoples;
(February 16, 1989) IBRD Articles of Agreement require the bank to “make arrangements to ensure that the proceeds of any loan are used only for the purposes for which the loan was granted.” World Bank
(December 6, 1988) The FCPA prohibits corrupt payments to foreign officials for the purpose of obtaining or keeping business. The Department of Justice is the chief enforcement agency, with a coordinate role played by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
(October 18, 1988) Held: (a) In respect of the Banking Transactions: That the Costa Rican Law of Nullities, which in effect relieved Costa Rica of any obligations in respect of these transactions, did not constitute an international wrong. The transactions in question, which in themselves did not constitute transactions of an ordinary nature and which were ” full of irregularities,” were made at a time when the popularity of the Tinoco Government had disappeared, and when the political and military movement aiming at the overthrow of that Government was gaining strength.
(October 24, 1945) The representatives of 50 countries met at San Francisco from April 25 to June 26, at the United Nations Conference International Organization, and drew up the United Nations Charter that came into force on October 24, 1945.
(March 7, 1923) Convention between the British Government and the Government of Costa Rica for the submission to arbitration of certain claims against the government of Costa Rica, signed at San Jose de Costa Rica, January 12, 1922.
(April 11, 1899) Concluded at Paris December 10, 1898; ratification advised by the Senate February 6, 1899; ratified by the President February 6, 1899; ratifications exchanged April 11, 1899; proclaimed April 11, 1899.