Takieddine’s commissions paid by French electronics company i2e
On January 4th 2008, French electronics company i2e, specialized in signals eavesdropping and counter-eavesdropping technology, signed a deal with the Tripoli regime to supply equipment to the Libyan navy’s command centre. On April 10th 2007, 12e signed a contract for consultancy services with two companies belonging to Paris-based arms dealer and business intermediary Ziad Takieddine, Como and Tristar. According to documents obtained by Mediapart, between 2007 and 2008 i2e paid Takieddine a total of almost 4.5 million euros: one of the payments, to the value of 2.4 million euros was made to Como, and the other, to the value of 2.07 million euros, was made to Tristar. The commissions were paid despite the fact that such payments had become illegal in France as of the year 2000.
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