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Former General Electric employee claims he was fired for whistleblowing in Iraq

A former executive for General Electric in Iraq claims he was fired for warning about a possible violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while the company was striving for a huge contract with the Iraqi government.

GE denies that the former employee was fired for his whistleblowing. -db

From the Courthouse News Service, February 7, 2012, by Cameron Langford.

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