, No 24, Monday 17th December, 2018

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • Transparency International urges defence contractors to respond to intrusive offset questionnaire

    Transparency International UK has released a draft version of a questionnaire for its Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index 2019. The questionnaire focuses on a number of issues related to defence corruption, and includes four questions on offsets. The questions differ significantly from those asked for the Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index 2015, the last edition of the publication.

  • The next issue of CTO will be published on January 7th

    As the year draws to a close, all of us at CTO and QB would like to thank you for subscribing to our publications. We wish you a Merry Xmas and well in the New Year. The next issue of CTO will be published on January 7th, closely followed by the January issue of QB. Please check that your renewals are up to date.

  • Quebec premier criticises lack of local content in train deal

    The premier of Quebec, François Legault, has attacked the Canadian federal government’s award of a train tender to Siemens. Mr Legault’s criticism focuses on the lack of local content. “[We] have a federal government which is not going to require Canadian or Quebec content? That’s not right,” he insisted.

  • China to transfer satellite tech to Ethiopia

    Ethiopia is to launch its first satellite, with China providing technology transfer and training. Design, development, and manufacturing will be shared between Ethiopian experts and their Chinese partners, the Ethiopian government declared.

  • Wanted man extradited for role in India’s helicopter scandal

    Dubai has extradited Christian Michel, a UK national at the centre of the Indian AgustaWestland helicopter scandal, to India. Michel was taken from Dubai, where he was held last year, to Delhi where he was remanded in custody. The CBI claimed that one of Mr Michel’s companies was in charge of providing assistance with the offset agreement. He denies any wrongdoing.

AND LOT'S MORE...

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