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[full report] "Lock, Stock and Barrel: How British Arms Components Add up to Deadly Weapons"

Author: Oxfam GB, Published on: 1 February 2004

Every day in our work around the world, Amnesty International UK, IANSA and Oxfam witnesses the abuse of arms which fuels conflict, poverty, and violations of human rights. [refers to companies including Otokar, Land Rover (part of Ford), Vickers Defence Systems (part of Alvis Vickers), Heckler & Koch, MKEK]

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Related companies: Alvis Vickers Ford Heckler & Koch Land Rover (part of Tata Group) MKEK Otokar Vickers Defence (part of Alvis Vickers)