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U.S.-listed oil, gas and mining companies will be required to publicly reveal payments they make...

U.S.-listed oil, gas and mining companies will be required to publicly reveal payments they make to foreign governments, including those for drilling or exploration licenses, under new rules the SEC adopts 2-1. Industry groups say they will be at a competitive disadvantage: "Unfortunately, disclosure would not be a two-way street," the American Petroleum Institute says.
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  • Uncle Pie
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    Just another good reason not to invest in the USA. As if we needed convincing!
    22 Aug 2012, 07:04 PM Reply Like
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