Swiss company investigated in Iraq A-bomb affair

George, Alan
December 1996
Middle East;Dec96, Issue 262, p21
Reports on the call of the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency for an investigation of Swiss company Cetec AG for suspected involvement in the exportation of a uranium enrichment equipment to Iraq. Transit of the equipment; Denial of involvement from the company; Possible embarrassment to Swiss officials.


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