Undue Diligence: How banks do business with corrupt regimes

Undue Diligence: How banks do business with corrupt regimes

Global Witness | March 2009
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Report by Global Witness that offers a critique on the practices of some of the major banks in the world who do business with corrupt regimes. Several countries are detailed in this report, including Equatorial Guinea, offeringin-depth analysis on what is currently occuring as well as what should be done about such banks.

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