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  • Friday, December 24, 2004

    Indonesian inquiry looking into British arms firms payout

    Indonesia calls inquiry into British arms firm payment John Aglionby in Jakarta, Rob Evans, David Pallister and David Leigh Saturday December 11, 2004 The Guardian Anti-corruption investigators in Indonesia launched an inquiry yesterday into the Guardian's disclosures that a British arms company paid £16.5m to ex-president Suharto's daughter over a deal to sell light tanks. The deputy head of the independent anti-corruption commission, Erry Hardjapamekas, said the disclosures were "a high-profile case that has to be a major concern" for his body. Continued at link above...

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