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Foreign Collaboration- Costs of Corruption

buying 3,000 tonnes of spare parts for British-made Centurion tanks from India; but these were, not meant to be sold to Israel or any other country; the parts would be brought to the company's Toronto scrapyard where they would be cleaned and repaired and later sent to Portugal, Spain and Netherlands. It might gratify Indian defence brass that European nations have begun to buy arms discarded by India, and reconditioned by a Toronto arms dealer, though none of the countries mentioned in the reports are. exactly in the frontline of armed struggles either of the conventional or the unconventional kind. But it was Spain through which the earlier arms sales during the Janata regime to South Africa had passed.

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