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from U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission website

"In the Matter of GE InVision, Inc. (formerly known as InVision Technologies, Inc.), Respondent."

http://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/34-51199.htm


C. Thailand

11. Beginning no later than 2002, InVision competed for the right to supply explosives detection machines to an airport under construction in Bangkok, Thailand. Construction of the airport is overseen by a corporation controlled by the government of Thailand. InVision retained a distributor in Thailand to lobby the airport corporation and the Thai government on InVision's behalf. Under the terms of the transaction, the distributor would purchase the explosives detection machines from InVision and then make its profit by reselling them at a higher price for use by the airport. The distributor was InVision's primary representative to the airport and associated governmental agencies.

12. From at least January 2003 through April 2004, in communications with the responsible Regional Sales Manager and the Senior Executive, the distributor indicated that it had offered to make gifts or payments to officials with influence over the airport corporation. Based on the information provided to the Regional Sales Manager and the Senior Executive, InVision was aware of a high probability that the distributor intended to fund any such gifts or offers out of the difference between the price the distributor paid InVision to acquire the machines and the price for which the distributor was able to resell them. Despite this awareness, InVision authorized the distributor to continue to pursue the transaction.

13. In or about April 2004, the airport corporation, through its general contractor, agreed to purchase 26 of InVision's explosive detection machines from the InVision distributor in a sale InVision valued at approximately $35.8 million. Consummation of the transaction was deferred after InVision received notification of possible FCPA violations. InVision has not recognized any revenue from the transaction and has agreed that the transaction will proceed, if at all, only as a sale directly to the airport corporation or another Thai governmental entity.


Link:

http://politics.siamforum.com

http://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin/34-51199.htm

http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/lr19078.htm

http://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/comp19078.pdf

http://www.sec.gov/news/digest/dig021405.txt

http://www.industrypages.com/artman/publish/Industry_News_4672.stm

http://www.nysscpa.org/home/2005/205/3week/article17.htm