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αμαράσ; διεφθαρμένεσ θα τισ ονόμαζα παρά οτιδήποτε άλλο, πολυεθνικέσ όμωσ ςίγουρα ςε αυτό δεν αντιλέγω.
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Όπωσ διαβάςαμε ο πρωθυπουργόσ τησ Ελλάδασ ςυναντήθηκε με εκπροςώπουσ πολυεθνικών εταιρειών. Το περίεργο τησ υποθέςεωσ είναι ότι αγνοήθηκαν οι Έλληνεσ για εταιρείεσ που είναι εμπλεκόμενεσ ςε χρηματιςμούσ – ΜΙΖΕΣ και διάφορα άλλα “deals” από τα γνωςτά τησ «διαφανείσ» παγκόςμιασ διαφθοράσ. Κύριε πρωθυπουργόσ την LAFERGE ζητήςατε να δείτε ε; Lafarge - Corruption and laundering warrant against two Lafarge officials Jul, 07 2010 http://www.aggregateresearch.com/articles/19676/Corruption-andlaundering-warrant-against-two-Lafarge-officials-.aspx Ζητήςατε και την ΝΟVARTIS ε; Novartis under Corruption Probe in Mexico http://jurismex.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/novartis-under-corruption-probe-inmexico/ Θέλατε και την Procter & Gamble ε; Η περίπτωςη δε του Προέδρου τησ Procter & Gamble που είδε ο πρωθυπουργόσ είναι ιδιαίτερα χαρακτηριςτική και αυτό διότι ο ςυγκεκριμένοσ αξιωματούχοσ τησ ο Rajaratnam ο οποίοσ υπήρξε αξιωματούχοσ τησ SIEMENS και τησ Goldman Sachs και αν και Πρόεδροσ και Δ τησ Procter & Gamble είχε την τιμητική τουσ ςτην Αμερική … [found guilty, sentenced to 11 year imprisonment, and ordered to pay $10 million in criminal fines and disgorge $53.8 million in parallel DOJ action SEC filed 18 additional actions stemming from conduct discovered through the Rajaratnam investigation include action alleging additional charges against Rajaratnam as well as charges against Rajat Gupta, former board member of Goldman Sachs and Proctor & Gamble, for allegedly providing information he learned as a board member to Rajaratnam (SEC v. Rajat Gupta and Raj Rajaratnam, No. 11-CV-7566 (S.D.N.Y., filed Oct. 26, 2011))]
Αυτό το γνώριζε ο πρωθυπουργόσ τησ Ελλάδοσ κ. Σαμαράσ και οι ςύμβουλοι του όταν τουσ ςυναντούςε; Δηλαδή ήταν ςκοπόσ και έγινε με βάςη ςχεδίου η ςυνάντηςη του Πρωθυπουργού τησ Ελλάδασ κ. Σαμαρά με «γνωςτέσ» διεφθαρμένεσ εταιρείεσ; Μα είναι ςοβαρά πράγματα αυτά κύριε Σαμαρά εςείσ ένασ έμπειροσ πολιτικόσ ςήμερα πρωθυπουργόσ τησ Ελλάδασ να πέφτετε ςε τέτοιεσ λούμπεσ ή μήπωσ είναι;
όςο για την Nestle…εδώ τα λόγια περιςςεύουν βλ. υπόθεςη «Nestlé boycott» http://www.globaltimes.cn/NEWS/tabid/99/ID/680679/Nestle-affiliate-corruptfarmers.aspx και ένα άρθρο από φίλο http://news.infoshop.org/article.php?story=20120530231735739 http://www.ibfan.org/english/pdfs/btr04/btr04nestle.pdf
Με ηην εςκαιπία μιαρ και Η Ελλάδα ηώπα ξεκινάει ….!
Κύπιε Ππωθςποςπγέ Μην ξεσάζεηε να δείηε και ηοςρ «μνηζηήπερ» για ηα Πεηπέλαια ηηρ σώπαρ μαρ διόηι αςηοί και αν είναι ΜΘΖΑΔΟΡΟΘ…!
Ακολουθούν τα ςτοιχεία ΜΙΖΑ ΚΑΙ ΔΙΑΦΘΟΡΑ ΣΩΝ ΜΝΗΣΗΡΩΝ
November 6, 2012, 4:46 PM
By Christopher M. Matthews
Bloomberg News From Wall Street Journal Updated below http://blogs.wsj.com/corruption-currents/2012/11/06/total-reserves-e308-million-forfcpa-settlement/ Oil major Total SA FP.FR -1.39% said in a regulatory filing Monday it had reserved €308 million to settle a long-running investigation by U.S. authorities into potentially corrupt business practices in Iran. The company said on Monday that U.S. authorities had proposed draft settlement agreements “that could be accepted by Total,” and had put aside the €308 million, or $398 million, as a result. SEC Charges Three Oil Services Executives
with Bribing Customs Officials in Nigeria FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2012-32 Washington, D.C., Feb. 24, 2012 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged three oil services executives with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by participating in a bribery scheme to obtain illicit permits for oil rigs in Nigeria in order to retain business under lucrative drilling contracts.
The SEC alleges that former Noble Corporation CEO Mark A. Jackson along with James J. Ruehlen, who is the current Director and Division Manager of Noble’s subsidiary in Nigeria, bribed customs officials to process false paperwork purporting to show the export and re-import of oil rigs, when in fact the rigs never moved. The scheme was designed to save Noble Corporation from losing business and incurring significant costs associated with exporting rigs from Nigeria and then re-importing them under new permits. Bribes were paid through a customs agent for Noble’s Nigerian subsidiary with Jackson and Ruehlen’s approval.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2007-230
to Pay $30 Million to Settle Charges For
Improper Payments to Iraq Under U.N. Oil For Food Program
Washington, D.C., Nov. 14, 2007 - The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Chevron Corporation for its role in illegal kickback payments that were made to Iraq in 2001 and 2002 in connection with the company's purchases of crude oil under the U.N. Oil for Food Program. Chevron, based in San Ramon, Calif., agreed to pay $30 million to settle the charges brought under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) without admitting or denying the SEC's allegations. The U.N. Oil for Food Program was intended to provide humanitarian relief to the Iraqi people while Iraq was subject to international trade sanctions. According to the Commission's complaint, third parties under contract with Chevron made approximately $20 million in illicit payments that bypassed the Oil for Food escrow account and were paid directly to Iraqi-controlled bank accounts in Jordan and Lebanon. The SEC alleged that Chevron knew, or should have known, that third parties were using portions of the premiums they received from Chevron's oil purchases to pay illegal surcharges to Iraq. The SEC also alleged that Chevron failed to devise and maintain a system of internal accounting controls to detect and prevent such illicit payments, and Chevron's accounting for its Oil for Food transactions failed to properly record the true nature of the company's payments to third parties. "This is the Commission's fifth action against a company for participating in the Oil for Food kickback scheme and demonstrates our continuing commitment to combating violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act," said Linda Chatman Thomsen, Director of the SEC's Division of Enforcement.
Chevron consented to the entry of a final judgment permanently enjoining it from future violations of Sections 13(b)(2)(A) and 13(b)(2)(B) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and ordering it to disgorge $25 million in profits and pay a $3 million civil penalty. Chevron also will pay the Office of Foreign Asset Controls of the U.S. Department of Treasury a penalty of $2 million. Chevron will satisfy its disgorgement obligation by forfeiting $20 million pursuant to an agreement with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York and paying disgorgement of $5 million pursuant to an agreement with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. http://www.sec.gov/news/press/2007/2007-230.htm
November 7, 2012 at 8:50AM
French oil giant
said in its third quarter results it has
reserved $398 million for an FCPA settlement with the DOJ and SEC. U.S. enforcement agencies have been investigating Total's operations in Iran since 2003. The investigation has focused on payments to consultants who helped Total win rights to gas fields, and whether the payments went to Iranian officials. Total said the DOJ and SEC have drafted proposed settlement agreements. '[A'lthough discussions have not yet been finalized,' Total said, 'a provision of €308 million ($398 million) reflecting the best estimate of the potential costs associated with the resolution of these proceedings, remains booked in the Group's consolidated financial statements as of September 20, 2012.' The earnings release also said Total and its Middle East CEO at the time of the alleged offenses are under investigation in France. Total trades on the NYSE under the symbol TOT. Earlier this year, Total said it rejected 'out-of-court settlement solutions' with the DOJ and SEC. But Total is now fully cooperating with the feds, it said. A U.S. settlement wouldn't involve an admission of guilt, according to Total. The company's third quarter earnings release is here. A settlement by Total of $398 million would rank as the fourth biggest FCPA enforcement action of all time.
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