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6/ And finally, @Deloitte report mentioned in the Airbus DPA raises serious questions about whether risks of debarment from public procurement are being overplayed, and whether Article 5 of the OECD convention is being properly respected.

5/ There needs to be greater transparency in DPAs, with the final approval hearing being heard in public to ensure open justice, and the @UKSFO needs to publish reports on whether companies have met the terms of a DPA and fully remediated.

4/ We urge the @UKSFO to ensure that compensation is properly looked at in DPAs - only one UK DPA so far has required a company to pay compensation to affected countries. It can't be right that rich country enforcement bodies pocket vast fines when countries have been ripped off.