Integrity in Development Projects: African Development Bank Debars Malian Company Entreprise de Construction Urbaine et Rurale

20/09/2017
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The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) on September 19, 2017, announced the debarment of Entreprise de Construction Urbaine et Rurale (ECUR) for a minimum period of three years. An investigation conducted by the AfDB’s Office of Integrity and Anti-Corruption established that ECUR engaged in a fraudulent practice in the execution of a road rehabilitation project in Mali: The company submitted a forged bank guarantee to secure an advance payment on a works contract financed by the AfDB. Upon expiry of the debarment period, ECUR shall be released provided that the company adopts and implements a code of conduct. Furthermore, ECUR’s management will be required to complete a training on corporate ethics.  

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