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chapter 4 of "Making a Killing: The Business of War": Greasing the Skids of Corruption

Author: Phillip van Niekerk & Laura Peterson, Center for Public Integrity, Published on: 4 November 2002

[refers to money paid by multinational oil companies to Angolan Government ending up in private bank accounts] [includes reference to Marathon Oil Company]...Angola is certainly not unique as a country where conflict and corruption are fueled by petroleum dollars [includes reference to Chinese, Canadian and Malaysian oil companies in Sudan; Shell in Nigeria; Equatorial Guinea]...Some oil companies contribute to the problem directly by hiring corrupt government militaries to provide security for their operations. [includes reference to ExxonMobil in Indonesia, Unocal and Total in Burma]

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Related companies: ExxonMobil Marathon Oil Shell Unocal (part of Chevron)