Trudeau Leverages Libel Laws Against Opposition in SNC-Lavalin Scandal, SNC-Lavalin to Sell 10% Stake in Highway 407 to Pay Debts, and Singapore’s Debarment Practices Come Under Scrutiny

By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock

This weeks newsreel features more SNC-Lavalin-related news, while Canada’s federal government denies Irving’s litigation threat claims. In international news, the US Federal Court strikes down $15 billion in contract awards due to flawed evaluations, two Korean suppliers plead guilty to bid-rigging on US Navy contracts, procurement governance comes under fire in Uganda and Trinidad, Ghana cracks down on corruption, Jamaica launches a new procurement regime, and Singapore faces questions over its debarment practices.

Trudeau Leverages Libel Laws Against Opposition in SNC-Lavalin Scandal

SNC-Lavalin to Sell 10% Stake in Highway 407 to Pay Debts

Ottawa Councillor Calls for AG Investigation of SNC-Lavalin LRT Award

Export Development Canada Reviews SNC-Lavalin’s Insurance Coverage

Feds Deny Irving’s Claims of Litigation Threat

US Federal Court Strikes Down $15 Billion in Awards

Two South Korean Companies Plead Guilty to Rigging US Navy Bids

Trinidad MP Calls for Inquiry into Ferry Procurement

New Audit Finds Irregularities in Ugandan Procurement

Jamaica Launches New Procurement Regime

Ghana’s Government Saving Billions in Anti-Corruption Campaign

Singapore’s Debarment Practices Come Under Scrutiny

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