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Tuesday , December 7 2021

GPG to look into suspicious deals

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: The Public Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) has signed a contract with the British company Global Partners Governor (GPG), in connection with a series of investigations into suspicions of corruption and bribery, the most prominent of which are investigations related to suspicious deals between Kuwaiti parties and officials in the giant European ‘Airbus Group’ which specializes in the manufacture of passenger planes, reports Al-Rai daily. The report published by the intelligenceonline. com website, says the GPG specializes in publishing exclusive investigative reports, indicating that the contract concluded between the two parties revolves around GPG providing support and professional services to Nazaha.

The report did not make a mention of the duration of the contract or its cost, but only highlighted the Nazaha investigations into the Airbus case. Sources told Al-Rai the GPG is active worldwide and in the Gulf states have signed business intelligence contracts for the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and commonwealth affairs. In the context of introducing itself through its official website, GPG says its investigation services depend on a network of financial and business intelligence channels that include communication with politicians, parliamentarians and government entities in many countries of the world, with the aim of providing governments and relevant bodies with information that helps them in good governance and combating Corrupt practices.

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