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TI UKDSPMilitaryownedbusinesses

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Published by: corruptioncurrents on Jan 26, 2012
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Background papers | Risk review
Military-owned businesses:corruption & risk reform
 An initial review, with emphasis onexploitation of natural resource assets
Transparency International (TI) is the civil society organisation leading the global fght againstcorruption. Through more than 90 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin,Germany, TI raises awareness o the damaging eects o corruption, and works with partners ingovernment, business and civil society to develop and implement eective measures to tackle it.For more inormation, please visit www.transparency.orgThe Deence and Security Programme works with governments, deence companies, multilateralorganisations and civil society to build integrity and reduce corruption in deence establishmentsworldwide. The London-based Deence and Security Programme is led by TransparencyInternational UK. Inormation on Transparency International’s work in the deence and securitysector to date, including background, overviews o current and past projects, and publications, isavailable at the TI-UK Deence and Security Programme website: www.ti-deence.org
While acknowledging the debt TI-UK owes to all those who have contributed to and collaborated in thepreparation o this publication, we wish to make it clear that Transparency International UK alone is responsibleor its content. Although believed to be accurate at this time, this publication should not be relied on as a ull ordetailed statement o the subject matter. This publication was made possible thanks to generous support rom the UK Department or InternationalDevelopment (DFID). Transparency International UKDeence and Security Programme32-36 Loman StreetLondonSE1 0EH+44 (0)20 7922 7969deence@transparency.org.ukFirst published in January 2012.
 Author: Kevin Goh, Julia MuravskaEditor: Saad Mustaa
Reproduction in whole or in parts is permitted, providing that ull credit is given to Transparency International(UK) and provided that any such reproduction, whether in whole or in parts, is not sold unless incorporated inother works.Report printed on FSC certifed paper.© 2011 Transparency International UK. All rights reserved.ISBN: 978-0-9569445-1-1Publisher: Transparency International UKDesign: Maria Gili© Cover illustration: Luisa Rivera
Military-owned businesses:corruption & risk reorm
 An initial review, with emphasis onexploitation o natural resource assets

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