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Amnesty Intl. report says EU arms exports are threatening global security

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13 May 2004

full report: "Undermining Global Security: the European Union's arms exports"

Author: Amnesty International

[refers to ADI Limited, Aerospatiale Matra (part of EADS), Arsenal, Beijing Heavy Duty Truck, Beretta, Boeing, Brenco International, Brocock, Carigroup, Celerg, Central African Airlines, Cenzin, Ceska Zbrojovka, Cuno Melcher (part of ME Sportwaffen), Data Device, DDC Ireland (part of Data Device), Défense Conseil International, FN Herstal, Fritz Werner, Hashmira (part of Group 4 Falck), Heckler and Koch (H&K), Hemus, Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL), Hirtenberger, J.P. Sauer & Sohn, Land Rover, Lockheed Martin, LOT (Letecke Opravovne Trencin), Manurhin, MKEK, New Lachaussee, Northrop Grumann, Otokar, Otobus Karoseri Sanayi, Pakistan Ordnance Factories, Pecos Compagnie, Philips (Royal Philips Electronics), Portman Consultants, Renan Airways, Rivolier, Roxel (joint venture MBDA & SNPE), Royal Ordnance (RO Defence, part of BAE Systems), Santa Barbara, Satellite Maritime Services (part of Satellite Protection Services), Satellite Protection Services, Singapore Technologies Kinetics (ST Kinetics, part of ST Engineering), Splav, Steyr (part of Steyr Mannlicher), Timoney Technology, Timoney Holdings, Tlocznia Metali Pressta (TM Pressta), Turbomeca (part of Snecma)]

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14 May 2004

EU arms exports threatening global security

Author: Amnesty International

EU arms, security equipment and services are contributing to grave human rights abuses and the scale of potential abuse is now enormous. The major EU arms exporting countries - France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the United Kingdom - account for one third of the world's arms deals.

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