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Gama scandal a wake-up call

The revelations about how Gama Construction treated its Turkish workers should serve as a wakeup call for both the public and those arms of government responsible for overseeing the operation of commerce - but it is emphatically not an argument for r

16th April, 2005

The revelations about how Gama Construction treated its Turkish workers should serve as a wakeup call for both the public and those arms of government responsible for overseeing the operation of commerce - but it is emphatically not an argument for returning to the cosy cartels of the past.

There are well-founded arguments for punishing this company by disqualifying them from competing for future public contracts if even some the claims of Joe Higgins and...

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