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GE responds to the Wall Street report on Iraq's electricity

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GE responds to the Wall Street report on Iraq's electricity

Post  claud39 on Tue Nov 20, 2018 8:51 am

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/6347c9e9-7865-4646-96d3-3227c6982cba

[size=32]GE  responds to the Wall Street report on Iraq's electricity[/size]





(Reuters) - General Electric Corp. (GE.N: Quote, Profile, Research) Monday issued a clarification on the Wall Street Journal report on electricity contracts with Iraq.

"The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity and General Electric rely on the highest standards of ethics and integrity, including the encouragement of employees to account for any concerns and take action to detect information and respond quickly to prevent it," the company said in a statement. .

"General Electric is hiring third-party institutions to take advantage of their views when necessary as part of the investigation at the time of appointment or renewal of cooperation with the company, and we do not endorse any recommendation or conclusion from the third party, but look at the results presented as inputs Important support for the investigation process. "

"At the moment, General Electric is cooperating with the Ministry of Electricity to implement the highest standards of integrity in all projects implemented in the country to serve the Iraqi people."


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