Oct 15, 2019

Canada's Corrupt Corporations: World Bank's Corrupt Companies Blacklist, Dominated By Canada - Global ResearchGlobal Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

This article was originally published on Global Research on January 2015. It is of particular relevance to the ongoing SNC-Lavalin scandal which implicates the Trudeau government. *** Canada has the dubious honour of being home to the largest number of firms on a World Bank blacklist of corrupt companies. But virtually all of that can be …

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