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Australians Agree Payout over Bribes

Australia’s AWB wheat firm agreed on Monday to pay 39.5 million Australian dollars (35 million $US) to settle a class action for bribing the regime of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein to secure lucrative deals. The former monopoly exporter will make the payment, including interest and costs, to more than 1,000 shareholders and farmers who […]

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Iraq Allows the Purchase of Sugar Without Tenders

Iraqi Council of Ministers authorized the Minister of Commerce to buy sugar directly from suppliers without the need for competitive bidding. The Council did not give the reason behind this decision in the statement issued. It said that the conditional mandate is not to increase the price paid for the world market prices. Iraq consumes […]

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Iraq Buys 700,000 Tons of Wheat in Tender-trade

Iraq has finalized deals to buy at least 700,000 tons of Canadian, U.S, German, Russian, and Australian wheat from major suppliers in one of the bigger purchases in recent years, trade sources said on Wednesday. The purchase, which still requires the cabinet’s approval, involved at least 300,000 tons of Canadian wheat from two suppliers, one […]

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