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In a series of articles Sueddeutsche Zeitung uncovered how Germany's oldest weapons manufacturer - Sig Sauer - illegally delivered weapons to Colombia, Brasil, Iraq, and assumingly Pakistan and India. After reporting these findings, Sig Sauer’s office was searched and the company was served a temporary export ban. In the weeks since, the investigators have also searched the offices of the overseeing holding company and the private homes of the two owners. Meanwhile a FCPA-investigation is running against Sig Sauer's sister company Sig Sauer Inc.
This investigation chronicles the largest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in I.S. history: US vs. James Griffen. Griffen is alleged to have bribed high-ranking officials in Kazakhstan to secure rights to natural resources, like oil, in the early 1990s.
Only the United States bars corporations from bribing foreign officials to win hefty contracts. But, as the National Journal reports, with American companies losing out on lucrative international deals, the Clinton Administration has warned foreign governments to combat corruption--or else.