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Author: Phillip van Niekerk & Laura Peterson, Center for Public Integrity
[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...
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- Related companies: ExxonMobil Marathon Oil Shell Unocal (part of Chevron)
chapter 1 of "Making a Killing: The Business of War": Introduction: Making a Killing: The Business of War
Author: Philip van Niekerk, Center for Public Integrity
...Gone is the superpower ideological divide that once gave a strange sort of order to the world’s wars. In its place are entrepreneurs, selling arms or military expertise and support, and companies, whose drilling and mining in some of the hottest...