Australian Chief Denies Seeing Cables...

Australian Chief Denies Seeing Cables on Payoffs

There are 2 comments on the New York Times story from Apr 13, 2006, titled Australian Chief Denies Seeing Cables on Payoffs. In it, New York Times reports that:

In a brief appearance before a commission investigating accusations that an iconic Australian wheat company paid millions of dollars to the government of Saddam Hussein , Prime Minister John Howard said he had ...

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Kearney

Columbia, MD

#1 Apr 14, 2006
Like I said before on this topic... Is there anybody that could have done business with Saddam's government without making kickbacks?

Probably not *if* kickbacks were made, but rather how much.... but if everyone does it then how can it be wrong?

Remember Haliburton?

Since: Apr 12

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#2 May 12, 2012
Kick back anyone ?

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