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Vol 43 No 13

Published 28th June 2002


Of rice and rings

An interesting footnote to tales of corruption during the reign of President Jerry Rawlings is offered by the case of Juliet Cotton, convicted on 17 June by a federal jury in Atlanta, United States, of colluding with members of Rawlings's government to dupe Ghana of over US$20 million.

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