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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Lun 24 Déc 2012 - 15:00

cheers La belle Rita fréquentait le club belge des fans de CLOCLO,(claude François) .....les hommes de Cosa_Nostra y allaient a la chasse a la poulette bien dodues .......!
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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mar 25 Déc 2012 - 17:19


Quelques articles sur le groupe Flick dans les années 1980 :

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West Germany's Economics Minister Otto Graf Lambsdorff has been charged with accepting bribes fom the Flick group.

30 novembre 1983

The Bonn public prosecutor's office intends to press charges against Lambsdorff and a number of others, including Dresdner Bank chief executive Dr Hans Friderichs, the former Economics Minister of North Rhine Westphalia, Dr Horst Ludwig Riemer (FDP), and two former Flick employees, Eberhard von Brauchitsch and Manfred Nemitz. All five have denied the charges which maintain that Lambsdorff, Friderichs (former Economics Minister) and Riemer were influenced by bribes from the Flick group to introduce tax concessions on profits from Flick's sale of part of its stake in Daimler Baze in 1975.

Lambsdorff is continuing as Economics Minister despite the extent of the charges brought against him. Observers did not expect such specific and wide ranging allegations of corruption. The public prosecutor, Franzbruno Eulencamp, has requested the Bundestag to lift Lambsdorff's parliamentary immunity. Lambsdorff has made little comment on the twenty month investigation into the so called Flick affair. A number of other politicians and industrialists whose names have been linked to the investigation have not been charged.

Lambsdorff has specifically been accused of receiving bribes from von Brauchitsch totalling DM 135,000 in 1977 and 1980. Friderichs is charged with having accepted DM 375,000 in bribes from von Brauchitsch. Riemer is charged with having accepted bribes of DM 145,000 from Nemitz.According to Eulencamp, the bribes were not for the use of the accused themselves. However, the accused are alleged to have been aware of the purpose of the bribes which, it is rumoured, found their way into FDP party coffers. Lambsdorff faces up to five years in prison if found guilty.

Attention has centred on Lambsdorff because, if parliamentary immunity is lifted, he will be the first Government minister to face a court action. The extent of the charges has taken Chancellor Helmut Kohl's coalition Government by surprise and the implications are legion. Calls for Lambsdorff's resignation have been vociferous from the opposition SPD party. The Financial Times comments that the charges have come at a particularly difficult time for Kohl who has been under considerable pressure from the CSU, the other party on the right of the coalition, and its leader Franz Josef Strauss, who has for some time been angling for a senior cabinet position.

Unlike the CSU, which has a strong geographical power base in Bavaria, the FDP relies on personalities like Lambsdorff for its electoral support. The party has no-one to replace him as Economics Minister should he be forced to resign. This would be a severe blow both to the FDP itself and to the centre right course followed by Chancellor Kohl. The way would then be open to Strauss and the CSU to assert its influence within the Government, a possibility not relished by Kohl.

The Financial Times also considers the wider implications for all the political parties in West Germany. The twenty month investigation had already begun to undermine seriously credibility in certain leading politicians and to some extent in all the parties except the Greens. According to the Financial Times, the decision to proffer charges so soon after the Bundestag's decision to deploy Cruise and Pershing, against the wishes of the majority of the German populace, has done nothing to enamour the average German of his elected representatives.

No date has yet been set for the start of the trial. It is known, however, that a total of 114 witnesses are to be called and that these could include both ex Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and Helmut Kohl. The prosecutor's office will present incontrovertible evidence from Flick's accounting department that the contributions were made to party political funds. It will then set out to prove that these contributions were made for fraudulent purposes.

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Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung of West Germany comments that Friedrich Flick may have to pay up to DM 450m in tax arrears.

17 décembre 1983

The possible backdated tax charge relates to profits from the mid 1970's on the sale of Flick's stake in Daimler Benz for DM 1.9bn. At the time, Flick was granted controversial tax concessions by the then Economics Ministers, Hans Friderichs and Otto Graf Lambsdorff.

A decision on the tax charge is expected from the Economics Ministry by the end of January.

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Yesterday's announcement that Krauss Maffei is working on a battle tank development study for Egypt has led to further embarassment for the West German Government.

15 février 1984

Krauss Maffei, a part of the Flick group, admitted yesterday that it has not yet broached the subject to the Government. West Germany has strict laws on the sale of export of military equipment and the Government has clearly been caught unprepared by the revelation of the Krauss Maffei feasibility study commissioned by Egypt.

Although no firm orders have yet been placed, Chancellor Helmut Kohl's Government is already in a difficult position over its provisional commitment to export weapons systems to Saudi Arabia. This has aroused the criticism of Israel and was one of the main contributing factors to the disappointing conclusion of Chancellor Kohl's recent official visit to Israel.

The SPD opposition party has announced its intention to question the Government on this issue in the Bundestag.

The Kohl Government now finds itself in an invidious position. It is being criticised on the one hand by the Israelis and on the other by the Saudis. The Israelis fear that West German arms may filter through Saudi Arabia to their enemies including the PLO. The Saudis last week launched a vehement attack on the West German Government's claim that it would be seeking assurances from Saudi Arabia on the future destination of any arms exports.

Some sources are of the opinion that the Krauss Maffei story has been leaked either by the company's competitors or by the Israelis themselves. Further questions have been raised by the news that two other West German companies, Daimler Benz and Thyssen Henschel, are suppling Egypt with parts for armoured personnel carriers. It is known that Egypt is keen to build up on arms exporting industry and speculation has consequently arisen that some of these arms may be exported to Saudi Arabia.

Although there is as yet no proof to substantiate this speculation, Krauss Maffei has been linked to a UK company, referred to as the United Trading Group, which is reported to be backed by Arab capital. Krauss Maffei yesterday denied any such links.


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Quelques produits de Krauss Maffei :


Leopard 1 main battle tank
Leopard 2 main battle tank
PzH 2000 self-propelled howitzer
Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft artillery
Dingo 1 & 2 infantry mobility vehicle
Panzerschnellbrücke 2
FLW 100 and FLW 200 remote weapon stations
Grizzly highly protected vehicle
GTK Boxer armoured fighting vehicle
MARS tracked multiple rocket launcher
Artillery Gun Module (AGM), which has been further developed into the Donar self-propelled howitzer[6]
Mungo ESK armoured transport vehicle
Leguan - armoured bridge layer
Puma infantry fighting vehicle
Fennek armoured reconnaissance vehicle
F2 wheeled armoured vehicle

http://www.kmweg.de/de/



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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mar 25 Déc 2012 - 18:40



Cela fait un peu penser à Beherman (Demoen) ... voir Mazda et Faez el Ajjaz ... et Kashoggi


In 1989 NV Beherman A T, a Belgian importer of Mazda cars, achieved turnover of BFr 5.1bn. This was an increase of BFr 530m compared with 1988.


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Allegations of favouritism have been made in connection with the Belgian jeep contract.

16 mars 1984

TMSC


Mr Joseph Beherman, director general of Ragheno-Beherman, Autotransport (BAT), claimed that only interference with the dossier and a conspiracy mounted against his firm were responsible for the fact that Belgian military experts had declared the Landrover 88 jeep to be markedly inferior to its Mercedes counterpart.

The Belgian government has once more asked for an extension of the tender period, this time until the beginning of April.

A further complicating factor in the seemingly interminable affair of the contract for 2,500 jeeps for the Belgian Armed Forces is the manner in which compensatory orders will be divided between the Dutch-speaking and French-speaking parts of the country. No solid agreement on that point has as yet been reached.


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TAMSE PLANS ARMOURED TROOP CARRIER WITH BELGIAN PARTNER DEMOEN.

11 octobre 1988

Reuters News


BUENOS AIRES, Oct 11, Reuter - Argentine tank manufacturer TAMSE is planning to link with the Belgian company Demoen Engineering (Beherman Auto Transport) to build a light armoured troop carrier, military sources said on Tuesday.

Final details of the agreement are still to be settled.

State-owned TAMSE currently produces the TAM medium size tank armed with a 105 mm gun. The company faces financial difficulties after the recent loss of its first export sale when the new government of Ecuador suspended a 105 million dollar order for 54 TAMs.

The sources said initial orders for the new troop carrier might include up to 70 vehicles for the Argentine border police.

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mar 25 Déc 2012 - 20:38



Pour information sur Beherman :

http://fr.scribd.com/doc/89984656/Celsius-Les-6-derniers-mois-du-ministre-VdB-1991

ainsi que

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akram_Ojjeh

On peut faire l'hypothèse de liens entre Akram Ojjeh et Faez el Ajjaz ...

A noter aussi "Christian Beherman" dans

Rapport de Godbille sur le crime organisé (il y a un fil de discussion sur ce site) ...

Jeunesse dorée au Mirano/Parc Savoy : Ottelo de Borghrave, de Bonvoisin, Patrick De Pauw, Christian Beherman, Eric Verhaeghe de Naeyer, Michel Itobate, Pierre Dehon, Emmanuel Vaxelaire, Inès Pirmez, Didier Regout, Sophie Behaegel, Plastic Bertrand, Sami Pavell, Catherine Blaton, Philippe Cryns, Edgard Zwirn, André Verhoeft, …

A noter aussi : Emmanuel Vaxelaire et Plastic Bertrand ...

Via Beherman (et/ou via Faez el Ajjaz), on n'est pas loin de Kashoggi ... voir Wikipedia :

(...) Avec l'appui des politiques américains Khashoggi obtient un visa permanent en 1975 et déclare déjà à l'IRS 45 millions de dollars de commissions pour la seule année 1976.

S'entourant d'hommes d'affaires inconnus à l'époque, comme Samir Traboulsi ou Akram Ojjeh, il étend son influence à l'Europe où, pendant près de dix ans, il va tisser des liens importants avec les industriels et politiques du monde entier.

Aux États-Unis ses relations avec le Carlyle Group et ses participations financières dans des sociétés mondialement connues (Union Carbide, Lloyds TSB, Bank of California) participent à sa légende. (...)

Il y a deux témoignages liant Faez el Ajjaz au prince Albert.

Parlant de l'Arabie Saoudite, on pense bien entendu à Eurosystem Hospitalier

Voir :

http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/137

Note : au vu de l'actualité récente, on se dit que la diplomatie entre la Belgique et l'Arabie Saoudite n'est pas un long fleuve tranquille ...

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mer 26 Déc 2012 - 7:57

HERVE a écrit:
Jeunesse dorée au Mirano/Parc Savoy : Ottelo de Borghrave, de Bonvoisin, Patrick De Pauw, Christian Beherman, Eric Verhaeghe de Naeyer, Michel Itobate, Pierre Dehon, Emmanuel Vaxelaire, Inès Pirmez, Didier Regout, Sophie Behaegel, Plastic Bertrand, Sami Pavell, Catherine Blaton, Philippe Cryns, Edgard Zwirn, André Verhoeft,
on a donné des infos très remarquables par rapport à ce trois derniers, voir Cams surtout, et puis... rien.
et qui disait que pour les TBW, fallait regarder au Mirano?
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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mer 26 Déc 2012 - 10:38


Cela vaudrait en effet la peine de revoir ces dossiers...

Sur Edgard Zwirn :

Unilabs minorities unhappy with Capio offering more to majorities

Published : Wed, 08 Aug 2007 11:14

ZURICH (Thomson Financial) - Unilabs minority shareholders are displeased at Capio offering them less for their shares than it is offering the majority shareholders, newspaper Finanz und Wirtschaft said, citing investment vehicle Golden Peaks Capital.

Golden Peaks' Adriano Agosti said: 'The offer is clearly tailored to the Zwirn family.'

Edgard Zwirn is CEO of Unilabs and owns about 20 pct of the capital.

Yesterday, Capio Diagnostics said it was offering 35.75 sfr per registered share and 71.50 sfr per bearer share to majority shareholders but just 28.75 sfr per registered share and 57.50 sfr per bearer share to the minorty shareholders.

tf.TFN-Europe_newsdesk@thomson.com


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http://www.unilabs.com/news/media/Pages/News340.aspx

(...)

Edgard Zwirn said: “Having founded Unilabs in 1987 and developed the company over the last 20 years, the combination with Capio Diagnostics enables Unilabs to expand its current footprint to Scandinavia and to the UK. In addition it provides access to capital to fund further European expansion and to profit from upcoming consolidation opportunities.

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http://www.twst.com/interview/5466

EDGARD ZWIRN is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer ofUnilabs SA. Mr Zwirn is a graduate of the Free University of Brussels,where he received a degree in Economics and a degree in PoliticalScience in 1970. He had various senior management positions withBelgian companies, principally in the areas of computer software for medical applications and technical equipment leasing. In 1987, he was elected a Director of IESA Investissements, a Swiss financing company headquartered in Geneva, specialising in financial investments and taking investments in various companies. In 1987 also, along with a group of investors, he formed Unilabs Holdings, which subsequently acquired the Swiss clinical laboratories of MetPath Inc., and he was elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of Unilabs Holdings. In 1989,Unilabs SA was founded as a wholly owned subsidiary of Unilabs Holdings,and he was elected Chairman of the Board of Directors and a Member ofthe Executive and the Audit Committee. Unilabs SA has been quoted onthe Swiss Stock Exchange since April 1997

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mer 26 Déc 2012 - 11:04

Il y a un fil de discussion sur le Mirano ...

Extrait :

Un des treize condamnés au procès du Mirano était Alexis Alewaeters. Il a écopé de cinq ans de prison. Alewaeters est une vieille connaissance de Michel Nihoul, qui lui a prêté, en 1993, une Porsche qu’il n’a jamais revue. Lorsqu’en 1980, Alewaeters, très jeune à l’époque, a ses premiers ennuis avec la justice, c’est Annie Bouty qui vole à son secours. Via sa société Cadreco, elle tente d’accélérer sa libération conditionnelle et lui fournit un avocat : Didier de Quévy. On retrouve encore Alexis Alewaeters comme gérant temporaire de la station-service de Casper Flier à Anthée, où Michel Lelièvre a également travaillé.

Source : livre Les dossiers X.

Didier de Quévy a collaboré avec l'avocat Jean-Paul Dumont que le retrouve dans beaucoup de dossiers qui nous occupent et qui était lié à Sergio Ferrari (rapport PANDA sur la mafia belgo-luxembourgeoise). La remarque sur la pompe à essence est également intéressante.

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mer 26 Déc 2012 - 11:37


Pour en revenir à Guy Weber, deux articles :


http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2001/jun/28/artsandhumanities.highereducation?INTCMP=SRCH

Chronicle of a death

The assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the champion of independent Congo, sent shock waves round the world in 1961 - and yet the killing remained shrouded in mystery. Now a historian's seven-year search for the truth has finally prompted a formal inquiry into one of the darkest chapters in Belgian history

Ian Black
The Guardian, Thursday 28 June 2001

(...) Little attention was paid to the commission's work until, in April, police raided two sets of premises to seize documents. Nendaka's flat in the smart Brussels suburb of Uccle was one target. The other, intriguingly, was the office of Guy Weber, a retired major now working for the Belgian royal family at the Chateau d'Argenteuil, home of King Leopold III's widow Princess Lilian. Weber, military adviser to Tshombe, is to appear in a closed session. Investigators have also tried to locate a secret bank account, possibly containing some of the 30m francs allotted for "exceptional circumstances" in December 1960.

(...)

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2001/nov/17/humanities.research?INTCMP=SRCH

Belgium blamed for icon's murder

Ministers and king knew of the plot to kill Lumumba, MPs say

Ian Black in Brussels
The Guardian, Saturday 17 November 2001 11.15 GMT

"We are not going to allow an undertaking spanning 80 years to be destroyed by the hateful politics of one man," the king was reported to have written in October that year.

Ultimately inconclusive arguments about the king's precise role turn on handwritten notes on a letter from Colonel Guy Weber, a military adviser to Tshombe, to Baudouin, referring to the "neutralisation" of Lumumba.

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mer 26 Déc 2012 - 20:29



Flick - 1984 ...


KOHL ADMITS TAKING $53,000 AS GIFT FOR PARTY

By JOHN TAGLIABUE

8 novembre 1984

The New York Times

BONN, Nov. 7 -- Chancellor Helmut Kohl acknowledged today that he accepted gifts totaling $53,000 for his Christian Democratic Party from 1977 to 1979 from the Flick industrial concern. But he denied there were any strings attached.

In nearly seven hours of testimony before a packed session of a parliamentary subcommittee investigating Flick's payoffs to West German politicians, Mr. Kohl described in detail how he received the money. He said he got it in three payments, in envelopes, from Eberhard von Brauchitsch, then the No. 2 executive at Flick, and passed it on soon afterward to Uwe L"uthje, a treasurer of the Christian Democratic Party.

But Mr. Kohl told the subcommittee chairman, Manfred Langner, also a Christian Democrat, that he had not solicited the donations from Flick and that no conditions were linked to them.

Under German law, contributions to political parties exceeding the equivalent of $6,800 must be made public together with the identity of the donor. Speaking to reporters, Mr. Kohl ackowledged violating the law. ''I must admit that, as regards our duty to report contributions, we did not do justice to the rules,'' he said.

Mr. von Brauchitsch, a boyhood acquaintance and close friend of Flick's owner, Friedrich Karl Flick, is under indictment and will stand trial in January on charges he made clandestine payments to West German politicians in exchange for business favors. At the time Mr. Kohl accepted the money, he was chairman of the Christian Democrats and their leader in Parliament.

Mr. Kohl appeared before the committee less than a week after the Speaker of the West German Parliament, Rainer Barzel, another Christian Democrat, resigned after being implicated in the widening political scandal, which has shaken Mr. Kohl's coalition of Christian Democrats and Free Democrats.

On Thursday Foreign Minister Hans- Dietrich Genscher, the Free Democratic leader, is to appear before the committee. Last June Economics Minister Otto Lambsdorff, a Free Democrat, resigned days before he was indicted on charges of accepting Flick payoffs in return for significant tax waivers for the company.

Mr. Kohl's name figures on detailed payment lists kept by Flick's former treasurer, Rudolf Diehl, which were subpoenaed by the Bonn prosecutor and later disclosed to the press. According to press accounts, payments to Mr. Kohl in the years 1974-80 totaled about $194,000.

In his testimony, Mr. Kohl said he had had no influence on decisions in the 1970's to grant Flick tax waivers on capital gains it made from the sale of a 29 percent stake in the Daimler-Benz automobile company. Those decisions led to the indictment of Mr. Lambsdorff and of his predecessor as Economics Minister, Hans Friderichs, like Mr. Lambsdorff a Free Democrat, who later became head of the Dresdner Bank, the second largest in Germany.

Mr. Kohl acknowledged he had had frequent contacts with Mr. von Brauchitsch beginning in the late 1950's or early 1960's, but he defended the payments from Flick as necessary to rebuild the Christian Democratic Party, which he said had lost members and was badly in need of financial support in the mid-1970's. Similar payments, he insisted, has gone to all three major parties. Never Got Money, Spaniard Says


MADRID, Nov. 7 - Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez today denied accusations that he and his governing Socialist Party had received money from the Flick conglomerate.

The charges were made last week, when a Frankfurt newspaper quoted a Social Democratic legislator, Peter Struck, a member of the parliamentary investigating committee, as saying that a bagful of Flick money was given to Mr. Gonzalez to help finance his electoral campaign.

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BUSINESS PEOPLE; Flick Group Changes Leaders After Scandal

3 janvier 1983

The New York Times

In 1947, when Friedrich Karl Flick was 20, an Allied tribunal sentenced his father, Friedrich Flick, chief of wartime Germany's biggest industrial empire, to seven years for using slave labor and committing other war crimes.

By last year, the younger Mr. Flick, now 55, had rebuilt the family concern into West Germany's biggest private holding company, with a worldwide industrial complex of 103 subsidiaries and revenues of nearly $4 billion.

Last week, however, the Flick Group announced that three senior executives, including the group's No.2 manager, Eberhard von Brauchitsch, and two other top officials, Hanns-Arnt Vogels and Klaus Gotte, had ''resigned on friendly terms.''

Earlier, the company said it planned a ''management realignment'' to mark the end of a major investment restructuring and help it face problems posed by the recession.

To be sure, Mr. Flick has put most of the finishing touches on a program to invest nearly $800 million he earned in 1975 by selling a stake in Daimler-Benz, the automaker. A major facet of the program was the acquisition of a stake in W.R. Grace & Company, the United States chemical company.

And several Flick companies, such as Dynamit Nobel, the chemical company, and Buderus, a machine building concern, have been pushed into the red by the recession.

Nevertheless, Flick could not avoid the impression that the walkout was in fact the result of a criminal investigation now shaking West Germany, in which Mr. Flick and Mr. von Brauchitsch are suspected of having bribed Bonn Government officials, including Economics Minister Otto Lambsdorff, to obtain business favors. All the officials involved have denied any wrongdoing.

Mr. Flick, who became sole heir of the Flick fortune after buying out other family members in 1975, reportedly feels the loss of Mr. von Brauchitsch, an old school classmate, most acutely. A shy and retiring man, Mr. Flick withdrew increasingly in recent years to his manorial Lake Constance home, relying largely on Mr. von Brauchitsch's talents to run the group's activities.

Mr. Flick, who faces a fine or prison sentence of up to three years if convicted, is reportedly troubled by the prospect of another court trial marring the family history. In an internal memorandum to Mr. von Brauchitsch, recently leaked to the press, that poignantly seemed to cast the blame for his troubles on others, Mr. Flick asked,''In what kind of light have you cast the house?''

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Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung has reported on the recent shareholder changes within Daimler Benz and Mercedes Automobil Holding.

7 janvier 1982

The result of the complex transactions is that Deutsche Bank has now placed the whole of its 25.23% stake in MAH in 1976 from Friedrich Flick with financial institutions. Allianz Versicherung has a 1.6% holding in Daimler Benz, Deutsche Bank has a 28.5% holding in Daimler Benz, Mercedes Benz Holding has a 25.23% in DB, Friedrich Flick maintains a 10% holding and the Kuwait Investment Office 14%.

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Mer 26 Déc 2012 - 22:11


Une parenthèse, au sujet d'un acteur important de l'industrie belge d'armement : MECAR, qui appartenait à Allied Research (USA) ...


ALLIED RESEARCH UNIT GETS $16 MILLION IN CONTRACTS

8 juillet 1985

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker

SEVERNA PARK MD. -DJ- ALLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INC. SAID ITS BELGIAN SUBSIDIARY MECAR S.A. RECEIVED CONTRACTS TOTALING MORE THAN $16 MILLION FROM THREE MAJOR FOREIGN NATIONS INCLUDING ONE NATO COUNTRY FOR MECAR'S ADVANCED INFANTRY WEAPON.

THE WEAPON WHICH THE COMPANY SAID INCREASES FIREPOWER AND OPERATING VERSATILITY OF INDIVIDUAL SOLDIERS IS NOW IN USE BY 30 FREE WORLD ARMIES.

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14 août 1985

The Washington Post

(...) Allied Research Associates Inc. reported a huge leap in net income and sales for its second quarter. Profits grew 325 percent, to $1 million (26 cents a share) from $306,700 for the same quarter last year, while sales increased 364 percent, to $12.8 million from $3.6 million.

For the first six months of the year, the company earned $1.9 million (49 cents) on sales of $21.9 million, compared with net income of $597,000 (15 cents) on sales of $6 million for the same period last year.

The company, based in Severna Park, Md., attributed the growth in sales and profits to the increased demand for infantry weapon systems produced by MECAR S.A., a Belgian subsidiary. MECAR develops and manufactures weapon systems and ammunition.

(...)

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ALLIED RESEARCH BELGIAN UNIT GETS MUNITIONS CONTRACTS

18 septembre 1985

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker

SEVERNA PARK MD. -DJ- ALLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INC. SAID ITS BELGIAN UNIT MECAR S.A. RECEIEVED CONTRACTS FOR MORE THAN $17 MILLION FROM SEVERAL FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR MUNITIONS. 10:24 AM

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19 mai 1986

The Washington Post

Allied Research Associates Inc., of Severna Park, Md., reported a first-quarter loss of $29,733 (1 cent) compared with net income of $924,503 (23 cents). Revenue dropped to $3.7 million from $9 million the year before.

Allied conducts business through Belgian subsidiary MECAR S.A., a defense manufacturer that makes weapon systems and ammunition.

Allied said the large swings in its quarterly figures are due to its accounting methods; it predicted improved results by the end of the second quarter. The company reports no income or sales until shipments are made to customers. Allied said it has a strong backlog of orders and that its shipping schedule indicates it will have bigger sales and profits by the end of the next quarter.

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ALLIED RESEARCH UNIT GETS PACT FOR RIFLE GRENADES

17 novembre 1986

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker


SEVERNA PARK, MD. -DJ- ALLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INC. SAID ITS BELGIAN SUBSIDIARY, MECAR S.A., RECEIVED PRODUCTION CONTRACTS WORTH MORE THAN $44 MILLION FOR 155MM LONG-RANGE AMMUNITION AND PROPRIETARY ''BULLET TRAP'' RIFLE GRENADES.

DELIVERIES ARE REQUIRED IN ONE YEAR. ALLIED RESEARCH SAID THE NEW ORDERS BROUGHT MECAR'S BACKLOG TO SLIGHTLY MORE THAN $60 MILLION.

THE PURCHASES WERE BY EUROPEAN AND ASIAN BUYERS, THE COMPANY SAID.

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Mecar, the Belgian subsidiary of Allied Research Associates of the USA, has won a contract worth BFr 1.9bn to supply 155mm long range guns and Bullet Trap Universal (BTU) grenades.

27 novembre 1986

L'Echo

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Allied Research Unit's Orders

22 mai 1987

The Wall Street Journal


SEVERNA PARK, Md. -- Allied Research Associates Inc. said its Belgian Mecar group received $18 million of ammunition-products orders from Southeast Asian, African and NATO countries.

Allied designs and makes ammunition and weapons systems.

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Allied Research Indicates Year Shr Net of 75c-$1 Vs 63c

By Frank Allen

Dow Jones Staff Reporter

4 juin 1987

SEVERNA PARK, Md. -DJ- Allied Research Associates Inc. considers analysts' estimates of 1987 earnings of 75 cents to $1 a share ''certainly within range,'' Marvin B. Ruffin, chairman and president, told Dow Jones.

For 1986, the maker of weapons systems and ammunition earned $2.5 million, or 63 cents a share, on revenue of $34.6 million. Ruffin didn't make a specific earnings forecast of his own, but his comment would indicate net income of about $2.9 million to $3.9 million.

''We should have a record sales year,'' Ruffin predicted, alluding to an order backlog of $67 million for Allied's principal subsidiary, Belgium-based MECAR S.A. He said about 97 pc of the backlog is scheduled for delivery in 1987.

Results also will be boosted by Allied's recent acquisition of Barnes & Reinecke Inc., an Elk Grove, Ill., defense contractor with 1986 sales of more than $17 million. Allied paid $3.3 million in cash and 105,000 common shares for Barnes & Reinecke, giving the transaction an indicated value of about $4 million.

''Now we have a definite U.S. base of operations that will help us compete in the U.S. defense market,'' Ruffin said. Similarly, the Belgian subsidiary's international marketing staff will be used to develop overseas sales of Barnes & Reinecke products.

In Belgium, Ruffin said the company is expanding by building a 112,000-square-foot production facility and a 28,000-square-foot engineering office at a total cost of about $6 million. About half the cost is being underwritten by the Belgian government, which is providing favorable interest rates and tax concessions.

Meanwhile, Allied is negotiating to provide tank ammunition to two countries that Ruffin didn't identify. In addition, he said the company anticipates a procurement soon by the Pentagon of new rifle grenades, ''and we are hoping to sell a quantity of those within the next year.''

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Allied Research Says Analysts' Estimates For '87 'Within Range'

5 juin 1987

The Wall Street Journal

SEVERNA PARK, Md. -- Allied Research Associates Inc. said it considers analysts' profit estimates of 75 cents to $1 a share for 1987 "certainly within range."

Marvin B. Ruffin, chairman and president, didn't make a specific profit forecast of his own, but his endorsement of analysts' estimates indicates net income of about $2.9 million to $3.9 million.

In 1986, the maker of weapons systems and ammunition earned $2.5 million, or 63 cents a share, on revenue of $34.6 million.

"We should have a record sales year," Mr. Ruffin predicted, referring to an order backlog of $67 million for Allied's principal subsidiary, Belgium-based Mecar S.A. He said about 97% of the backlog is scheduled for delivery in 1987.

Results also will be boosted by Allied's recent acquisition of Barnes & Reinecke Inc., an Elk Grove, Ill., defense contractor with 1986 sales of more than $17 million. Allied paid $3.3 million in cash and 105,000 common shares for Barnes & Reinecke, giving the transaction an indicated value of about $4 million.

"Now we have a definite U.S. base of operations that will help us compete in the U.S. defense market," Mr. Ruffin said in an interview. The Belgian subsidiary's international marketing staff will be used to develop overseas sales of Barnes & Reinecke products as well.

In Belgium, the company is building a 112,000-square-foot production facility and a 28,000-square-foot engineering office. About half of the $6 million cost is being underwritten by the Belgian government, which is providing favorable interest rates and tax concessions.

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Allied Research Associates Gets $12 Million Contract

30 juin 1987

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker

SEVERNA PARK, Md. -DJ- Allied Research Associates Inc. said its Belgian MECAR S.A. unit received a $12 million contract for kinetic energy ammunition from an undisclosed Asian country.

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Allied Research Sees Lower 1987 Net Vs Year-Ago 63c-Share

23 décembre 1987

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker

SEVERNA PARK, Md. -DJ- Allied Research Associates Inc. said 1987 earnings would be lower than the 63 cents a share earned in 1986 because of probable losses at its recently acquired Barnes & Reinecke Inc. subsidiary and unexpected delays for new product deliveries at its MECAR S.A. unit in Belgium.

Allied Research said 1987 sales would approach $50 million, ahead of 1986 sales of $34 million.

The company said product shipments delayed at MECAR will be delivered in early 1988 at the same expected volume and benefits. It said it has made adjustments at Barnes & Reinecke and is satisfied that the unit will be profitable in 1988.

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Allied Research Gets $2 Million Grenade Contracts

4 mai 1988

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker

SEVERNA PARK, Md. -DJ- Allied Research Associates Inc. said its Belgian subsidiary, MECAR S.A., received contracts totalling more than $2 million for its patented bullet trap rifle grenades.

The contracts came from a major NATO member and an Asian country.

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Allied Research 1st Qtr Net $548,520 Vs. Loss $685,145

19 mai 1988

Dow Jones News Service

Allied Research Associates Inc. latest qtr net equals 14c a shr. Revenue $10,265,880 vs $1,042,486.

The company said key elements in its increased earnings this quarter were a return to profitability of its Barnes & Reinecke Inc. subsidiary, acquired in May 1987, as well as increased shipments and strong margins of its MECAR S.A. subsidiary.

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Allied Research Gets $9.1 Million Contract

18 juillet 1988

Dow Jones News Service

SEVERNA PARK, Md. -DJ- Allied Research Corp. said it received a $9.1 million contract from an Asian country for specialized 81mm mortar ammunition.

The contract will be produced by Allied Research's Belgian unit, MECAR, in its recently completed manufacturing facilities.

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Allied Research Develops, Gets Pact For Tear Gas Grenade

6 octobre 1988

Dow Jones News Service

BALTIMORE -DJ- Allied Research Corp. said its Belgian unit, MECAR S.A., has developed a new, highly effective long-range tear gas grenade.

At the same time, the company said it has received a $1.2 million contract from a South Asian country for a substantial quantity of the grenades. The nation was not identified.

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Mecar wins orders for tear gas grenades.

21 octobre 1988

De Financieel Economische Tijd

The buyer is a South East Asian country, and the order is worth more than $1m.

Mecar is a subsidiary of Allied Research Corporation.

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Allied Research Gets Navy Contract For Rifle Grenades

30 novembre 1988

Dow Jones News Service

BALTIMORE -DJ- Allied Research Corp. said its Belgian unit, MECAR S.A., received a contract from the U.S. Navy for test quantities of MECAR's patented bullet trap rifle grenades.

The amount of the contract was not disclosed.

Allied Research's Barnes & Reinecke unit, based in the Chicago area, will fill the contract.

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Allied Research reports election of E.J. DePorter as of Executive VP, operations & chief operating officer

20 juillet 1989

Business Wire

BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allied Research Corp. (NASDAQ:ARAI) said Thursday that E.J. DePorter, 44, has been elected executive vice president, operations and chief operating officer of the company.

DePorter joined Allied Research in late 1988 as senior vice president, business development.

As chief operating officer, DePorter will be responsible for the operations of subsidiairies, MECAR S.A., Belgium; Barnes & Reinecke Inc., Chicago, as well as the operations of Allied Research Corp. International, London, marketing offices in Washington and in major Free World countries.

M.B. Ruffin, chairman and president of Allied Research, said the move was made to better control and direct Allied Research's worldwide resources.

In just a short time, we have greatly expanded MECAR's operations, acquired and integrated Barnes & Reinecke, formed ARC International and launched a corporate marketing effort. All of these activities require direct and firm operations control to maximize our returns and allocate resources. Gene DePorter has done an outstanding job of moving Allied Research ahead through a worldwide marketing effort. We are confident that he can improve our operating efficiencies and strengthen financial results.''

Allied Research Corp. is a developer and producer of high technology weapon systems for use in conventional defense throughout the Free World.

DePorter joined Allied Research from General Defense Corp., where he was president of the International Division and vice president of corporate marketing.

CONTACT: Allied Research Corp., Baltimore E.J. DePorter, 301/625-1888 or R.G. Farrell, 914/234-9500 14:16 ET

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Allied Research Corp. says it welcomes Werilux S.A. investment announcement

29 août 1989

Business Wire

BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allied Research Corp. (NASDAQ:ARAI) said it welcomes the announcement by Werilux S.A. that the Luxembourg firm had increased its investment in Allied Research Corp. to more than 5 percent.

Allied Research Corp., based in Baltimore, is a designer, developer and producer of high technology weapons systems and munitions for conventional defense purposes.

In reporting its position in Allied Research, Werilux said it was increasing its position in what it called a fast-growing investment opportunity.

According to Allied Research, all of the Werilux board members are Belgians and very familiar with Allied Research's Belgian subsidiary, MECAR S.A.

Allied Research said that as 1992 approaches, the company has seen increasing investment by European interests. Approximately 10 percent of the firm is now owned by European firms and individuals.

Allied Research recently completed state of the art engineering and manufacturing facilities near Brussels.

CONTACT: Allied Research Corp., Baltimore M.B. Ruffin, 301/625-1888 Farrell Associates, New York R.G. Farrell, 914/234-9500 12:52 ET

Voir :

http://opencorporates.com/companies/lu/B17758

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Allied Research elects new president and chief operating officer

24 janvier 1990

Business Wire

BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allied Research Corp. (NASDAQ:ARAI) announced that Reinald W. Carter, 57, was elected president and chief operating officer at its January board meeting.

He also was elected a member of the board of directors of Allied Research and Mecar, S.A., Allied's Belgium subsidiary. Carter was previously executive vice president and continues as chief financial officer of Allied Research. M.B. Ruffin continues as chairman and chief executive officer.

Allied Research Corp. is a diversifed developer and producer of high technology weapons systems for conventional, light and mobile defense requirements of U.S. and foreign nations.

Carter has been associated with Allied since first joining the company in 1972 as corporate controller. He left Allied in 1976 to form his own consulting firm, and served Allied Research through 1984 as the company's principal financial consultant. He rejoined the company in 1985 as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Ruffin noted that Carter's more than 33 years in financial and operational management well-equipped him to provide Allied Research with the leadership and knowledge needed to control and consolidate recent growth and diversification efforts.

Carter has held executive posts both with Memcor and LTV Electrosystems, and has been a financial advisor to various firms.

Carter is a graduate of Upper Iowa University and a Certified Public Accountant. He and his wife, Maribelle, have three grown children.

Allied Research recently completed a 140,000 square foot engineering and production complex near Brussels, Belgium, and opened new corporate headquarters on Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The U.S. subsidiary, Barnes & Reinecke, recently integrated its operations into 90,000 square foot facilities in Elk Grove Village, Ill.

CONTACT: Allied Research Corp., Baltimore M.B. Ruffin, 301/625-1888 by Richard Farrell Associates Inc., Bedford Village, N.Y. Richard Farrell, 914/234-9500 09:01 ET

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Reinald W. Carter Named Allied Research President

24 janvier 1990

Dow Jones News Service - Ticker

BALTIMORE -DJ- Allied Research Corp. said its board elected Reinald W. Carter, 57, to the positions of president and chief operating officer.

The company said Carter, who previously was executive vice-president, continues as chief financial officer. M.B. Ruffin continues as chairman and chief executive, it said.

Carter also was elected a member of the board of both Allied Research and Mecar S.A., Allied's Belgian subsidiary.

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Allied Research elects new president and chief operating officer

24 janvier 1990

Business Wire

BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allied Research Corp. (NASDAQ:ARAI) announced that Reinald W. Carter, 57, was elected president and chief operating officer at its January board meeting.

He also was elected a member of the board of directors of Allied Research and Mecar, S.A., Allied's Belgium subsidiary. Carter was previously executive vice president and continues as chief financial officer of Allied Research. M.B. Ruffin continues as chairman and chief executive officer.

Allied Research Corp. is a diversifed developer and producer of high technology weapons systems for conventional, light and mobile defense requirements of U.S. and foreign nations.

Carter has been associated with Allied since first joining the company in 1972 as corporate controller. He left Allied in 1976 to form his own consulting firm, and served Allied Research through 1984 as the company's principal financial consultant. He rejoined the company in 1985 as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Ruffin noted that Carter's more than 33 years in financial and operational management well-equipped him to provide Allied Research with the leadership and knowledge needed to control and consolidate recent growth and diversification efforts.

Carter has held executive posts both with Memcor and LTV Electrosystems, and has been a financial advisor to various firms.

Carter is a graduate of Upper Iowa University and a Certified Public Accountant. He and his wife, Maribelle, have three grown children.

Allied Research recently completed a 140,000 square foot engineering and production complex near Brussels, Belgium, and opened new corporate headquarters on Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The U.S. subsidiary, Barnes & Reinecke, recently integrated its operations into 90,000 square foot facilities in Elk Grove Village, Ill.

CONTACT: Allied Research Corp., Baltimore M.B. Ruffin, 301/625-1888 by Richard Farrell Associates Inc., Bedford Village, N.Y. Richard Farrell, 914/234-9500 09:01 ET

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Mecar receives $10.1m contract from Belgian army.

2 février 1990

De Financieel Economische Tijd

Mecar will supply special training ammunition for the Leopard 1 tank. The ammunition will be produced in Belgium under a licence bought from the US Army by Mecar's US parent company Allied Research.

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Inquiry into Iraqi 'big gun' aims at three broad targets: The British Government is still awaiting the outcome of an investigation into the large metal castings impounded in Teesport last week. David White, Defence Correspondent, looks at the options

By DAVID WHITE, Defence Correspondent

17 avril 1990

Financial Times

FROM INTERCONTINENTAL 'doom gun' to monumental red herring: the versions of Britain's tubes-for-Iraq story range from the sinister to the ridiculous. Five days after the climax of Operation Bertha - the impounding of a shipment of heavy castings at Teesport, northeast England - government officials were yesterday still awaiting an outcome from the investigation.

Three broad hypotheses have been put forward for the tubes' purpose:

They are a 40-metre gun. This is British Customs and Excise's version. It corresponds to the combined length of the eight sections of one-metre bore tubing found at Teesport and, say Customs, matches designs published by Dr Gerald Bull, the Canadian gun scientist shot dead last month in Brussels, apparently by a professional killer.

A revised version of this theory is that the gun would launch satellites rather than weapons. But Customs say the gun, inspired by Dr Bull's US-backed work in the 1960s, would be equally able to put a booster-assisted shell or rocket into low orbit.

Dr Bull's Brussels company, Space Research Corporation, acted as intermediary both for this Pounds 1.3m shipment from Sheffield Forgemasters and for a separate order from Walter Somers of Halesowen near Birmingham, according to Customs.

Some reports suggested that the 44 castings already sent to Iraq by Sheffield Forgemasters might have formed two prototype barrels.

The company accepted yesterday that the eight sections at Teesport used different thicknesses of metal, with a constant internal bore, which would be consistent with the gun theory. But it insisted that they did not fit together. Asked about this assertion, a Customs spokesman said: 'Nobody has unpacked them yet.'

The manufacturer says the pipes were meant to make up two 26-section lengths, each of 156 metres, for the petrochemical industry. This has given rise to a second alternative:

They are part of a 156-metre gun. Customs dismiss this one. Although some ballistics experts think such a long-range weapon would be possible, few are prepared to believe that Iraq could even contemplate the technological leap required to make a gun of that size work.

The 40-metre gun would already be a considerable technological challenge. Experts say the breech-block alone would be a major engineering feat. Dr Bull's experimental space guns were 16-inch calibre, the biggest size of gun in service today (on Second World War-era US battleships) and less than half that of Sheffield Forgemasters' tubes.

The Customs spokesman rejected a report suggesting Iraq was planning to use the detonator capacitors which were seized last month at Heathrow as a means for setting off supplementary charges in the barrel of a big gun.

For either gun theory, the investigation will turn on the projectile. On whose assistance was Iraq counting? British officials indicated that attention was focusing on Belgium, which has two companies producing large-calibre ammunition: Mecar, a subsidiary of Allied Research Associates of the US; and PRB, bought last year by Astra of the UK.

PRB was previously involved in a joint artillery venture with Dr Bull. Mr Roy Barber, non-executive chairman of Astra, said yesterday: 'Our understanding is that PRB'S connections with Dr Bull were some years ago, and that the connections were quite proper.'

Mr Christopher Gumbley, former managing director of Astra, who is facing corruption charges, has denied reports that he met Dr Bull shortly before the latter's death.

European countries' rules governing exports to Iraq vary considerably. The UK's criterion, established during the Gulf war, is to prevent sales that would enhance either Iraq's or Iran's military capability. Wider restrictions are built into the Department of Trade and Industry's Security Export Control guidelines. These list items requiring export licences, whatever the destination. Item ML2 covers 'large-calibre armament . . . and specially designed components.'

Any prosecution with respect to the Iraqi shipment would require evidence that the supplier knew what it was making. This leads us to the last theory - the supplier's:

They are industrial pipes. Assuming that Iraq's petrochemical plans are less of a state secret than its weapons, it should be possible to demonstrate where these pipes fit. British Customs are working on a theory that the earlier shipments may indeed have been genuine pipelines and that these supplies, cleared by the DTI, were used as attempted cover for a single, last consignment of gun-barrel sections.

All along, many military experts have thought the 'super-gun' story far-fetched. But if the pipes are just pipes, why would Iraq order them through a company whose reputation rests on weapons expertise?

The Financial Times Limited (AAIW/EIW)

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Mecar has offered to come to the aid of PRB.

15 mai 1990

Textline Multiple Source Collection (1980-1994)

Mecar, the Belgian subsidiary of Allied Research Corporation of the USA, based near Seneffe, has announced its willingness to cooperate with PRB in an attempt to help resolve PRB's current difficulties and to maintain production and employment levels which are currently threatened.

Mecar, like PRB, is active in the munitions and explosives sector.

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Mecar to take on 30 redundant PRB employees.

6 octobre 1990

Textline Multiple Source Collection (1980-1994)

Mecar, a Belgian subsidiary of US weapons group Allied Research, is to employ some 30 redundant employees of PRB Matagne and is to restart an important PRB production line in Petit-Roeulx.

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L'Echo profiles arms manufacturer Mecar.

30 octobre 1990

L'Echo

Mecar (Mecanique et Armement) is part of the US weapons group Allied Research. It has called for alternative solutions to the sale of Fabrique Nationale Herstal (FN) SA to the French arms manufacturer GIAT. Mecar is itself interested in FN's defence and security division.

Mecar was set up in 1938 in Petit-Roeulx and accounts for 90% of Allied Research's annual turnover.

Last year, Mecar achieved turnover of BFr 1.4bn with a workforce of 380. Some BFr 400m was invested this year in various projects.

For the current financial year, turnover is expected to as much as double as a direct result of the Gulf crisis.

Mecar's principal product is ammunition, both small and large calibre. However, it hopes soon to add hand grenades to its product range.

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3 NOMINEES NAMED TO ALLIED RESEARCH BOARD.

21 mai 1991

Reuters News

WASHINGTON, May 21, Reuter - Saudi investor Kusai H.M. al Azzawi named three nominees to the board of Allied Research Corp and said he would support two current directors for reelection at the company's annual meeting scheduled for May 30.

In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, al Azzawi, who holds a 14.4 pct stake, identified the three as Walter Fairbanks, Jean-Francois Vezina and Mark Bely, all officials of Mecar S.A. of Belgium. He said he supports the reelection of David Grange Jr and Jay Sculley.

Voir :

http://www.accessmylibrary.com/article-1G1-10663777/saudi-investor-seeks-more.html

Saudi investor seeks more control over Allied's board. (Kusai H.M. Al Azzawi, Allied Research Corp.)

Baltimore Business Journal

| April 22, 1991 | Kleiner, Kurt

(...)

http://www.accessmylibrary.com/article-1G1-10889957/allied-battle-fizzled-ceo.html

Allied battle fizzled, CEO packed parachute, anyway. (Kusai H.M. Al Azzawi loses bid for control of Allied Research Corp., Reinald W. Carter remains as Chief Executive Officer)

Baltimore Business Journal

| June 10, 1991 | Kleiner, Kurt

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Il y a bientôt entendu de nombreux articles dans la presse belge ...


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NATO to respond to peace movement

Reuter News Agency

7 décembre 1981

The Globe and Mail

NATO ministers will give their answer this week to Europe's growing peace movements opposed to any nuclear buildup on the Continent.

The state of European public opinion and what diplomats described as a credibility gap between governments and people will be a major topic for defence and foreign ministers from countries of the Western alliance meeting in Brussels for the winter session of the North Atlantic Council.

U.S. President Ronald Reagan's plans for halting the build-up in nuclear missiles in Europe have restored NATO solidarity, the diplomats said, and the opening of U.S.-Soviet arms talks in Geneva last week might take some steam out of the Europe's peace movement.

Thousands of anti-nuclear demonstrators were on the march in European cities Saturday, with a major rally taking place in the Romanian capital of Bucharest.

About 300,000 people attended a peace rally as part of Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu's widespread campaign for a nuclear-free Europe, the official Agerpress news agency said.

Mr. Ceausescu, who has taken an independent line from his East-bloc allies in recent public statements by calling on both the Soviet Union and the United States to remove their nuclear weapons from Europe, addressed the rally.

There were 30,000 marchers in Berne, Switzerland, and 22,000 in Copenhagen. In Hamburg, West Germany, 10,000 demonstrators handed out petitions calling for the city's designation as a nuclear-free zone.

In Naples, about 1,000 demonstrators staged a march to protest deployment of U.S. cruise missiles in Sicily. The demonstrators, mostly young Communists, took to the streets hours before the arrival of U.S. Defence Secretary Caspar Weinberger, who was making a stopover in Italy en route to Brussels.

About 40,000 people staged a demonstration in one of the main squares of Athens on yesterday to demand a nuclear-free Europe.

Socialist Premier Andreas Papandreou, who is also Defence Minister, leaves today for Brussels where he is expected to put forward his Government's views on Greece's continued membership in NATO.

While in Brussels, he will meet U.S. Secretary of State Alexander Haig to discuss the issue of U.S. bases in Greece and draw up a timetable for talks concerning the future status of these bases.

In Brussels, several hundred delegates from anti-nuclear and disarmament organizations which have called huge demonstrations in Western Europe in recent months met yesterday to take stock of their actions and plan the future.

The organizations have decided against protest marches in front of the NATO headquarters. Instead, they are planning demonstrations in front of the Soviet and U.S. embassies on Friday, conference sources said.

The conference was attended by delegations from Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, West Germany, Belgium, Britain, Italy and France. France is not a member of NATO's military wing but has its own nuclear weapons.

The problems facing the various anti-nuclear movements are what to do if the U.S.-Soviet talks on reducing medium-range nuclear missiles, which opened in Geneva last week, are successful and whether to support Mr. Reagan's latest proposal, the sources said.

Mr. Reagan proposed that the Soviet Union scrap its existing SS-4, SS-5 and SS-20 missiles in return for non-deployment by NATO of the U.S. Pershing-2 and cruise missiles.

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Pour information sur "un ami de toujours" de Guy Weber : Yves du Monceau de Bergendal


Court and Social: Dinners (357)

17 novembre 1987

The Times

Anglo-Belgian Society

Viscount Hood, President of the Anglo-Belgian Society, and Viscountess Hood received the guests at the annual dinner held last night at the Anglo-Belgian Club. The speakers were Comte Yves du Monceau de Bergendal, accompanied by Comtesse du Monceau, and Sir Edward Jackson, chairman of the society.

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La même personne (Yves = Yves-Jean ci-dessous)

Jean du Monceau de Bergendal & Yvonne Crets de Lichtenberg

o Yves-Jean du Monceau de Bergendal & Raymonde Vaxelaire

o Diego du Monceau de Bergendal & Evelyn Janssen


12 janvier 2004
13:28
BBC Monitoring European

President Vaclav Klaus receives news ambassadors of Maltese Knights, Yves-Jean du Monceau de Bergendal, Burkina Fasso, Beatrice Damiba, and USA, William J. Cabaniss, Prague Castle 10:00 a.m.


Voir, sur Diego du Monceau de Bergendal

http://archives.lesoir.be/diego-du-monceau-la-belle-piece-rapportee_t-19950714-Z09T55.html


Voir aussi, selon Godbille :

Jeunesse dorée au Mirano/Parc Savoy : Ottelo de Borghrave, de Bonvoisin, Patrick De Pauw, Christian Beherman, Eric Verhaeghe de Naeyer, Michel Itobate, Pierre Dehon, Emmanuel Vaxelaire, Inès Pirmez, Didier Regout, Sophie Behaegel, Plastic Bertrand, Sami Pavell, Catherine Blaton, Philippe Cryns, Edgard Zwirn, André Verhoeft, …

Emmanuel Vaxelaire pourrait bien être celui dont on parle ci-dessous :

Raymond François Yves Vincent Marie Vaxelaire * 1946 Cathérine Pirmez
Françoise Alice Emmanuel Marie Cornélie Vaxelaire * 1947 Axel de Borchgrave d' Altena de Becker Remy Bernard de Ganay
Emmanuel Vaxelaire * 08.01.1952 Inès Pirmez
Ariane Vaxelaire Michaël Haegelsteen
Roland Vaxelaire * 07.04.1956 Diane de Wasseige
Patrick Vaxelaire * 10.06.1960 Nathalie Boël

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Gag ! Il n'y a plus que Herve sur le forum
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Je ne sais pas encore si Giovanni Maria Flick a un lien avec la famille Flick (Daimler) ...

24 février 1998

Reuters News

Justice Minister Giovanni Maria Flick

*Italian Justice Minister Giovanni Maria Flick started disciplinary action against Milan public prosecutor Gherardo Colombo who declared in an interview constitutional reforms proposed by twin-chamber parliamentary committee were inspired by blackmail. Flick said such declarations undermined government and parliament's authority. Milan prosecutor supported by his colleagues who said they are prepared to risk their jobs to defend his opinions

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Intéressant de noter que Aldo Vastapane a été l'importateur de Mercedes


Groupe Bruxelles Lambert has belatedly published the prospectus to its new bond issue with warrants.

25 juin 1987

De Financieel Economische Tijd

(...) In a separate move, GBL announced yesterday that it is issuing 225,720 new shares in consideration for 152,000 shares in Wagons Lits acquired from Mr Aldo Vastapane, who received them when he sold his tax-free shops in Belgium to Wagons Lits.

(...)

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IPM Shareholders deny rumours of sale of stake in "La Libre Belgique".

2 octobre 1991

Textline Multiple Source Collection (1980-1994)


Coprodime and Compagnie de Developpement des Medias, shareholders in IPM, Informations et Productions Multimedia, the holding company for newspapers "La Libre Belgique", "La Derniere Heure" and "Les Sports", have denied rumours that they plan to sell their share stakes in the newspapers. Similar rumours were in circulation in April this year. These, too, were denied.

Coprodime comprises shareholders Frederic Velge and Aldo Vastapane, whilst Compagnie de Developpement des Medias comprises Patrice Le Hodey. Vastapane's latest statement seems to contradict a report which appeared in Le Soir last week (Friday, September 27) where he refused to deny his intention of selling his stake for some BFr 150m.

A report in L'Echo confirmed that Vastapane and Coprodime planned to sell their 49.7% stake, over which the Le Hodey family had pre-emptive rights valid until December 15. If Le Hodey declined to exercise those rights, Coprodime would take great care in choosing the new buyers.

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CHARLOTTE COUNTY REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

18 octobre 1998

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Harborside Lakes to Marescotti Ruspolt, Gerard Zappa, Roland Du Roy De Blicquy, Harborside Lakes Trust and Aldo Vastapane, Section S, Township 42S, Range 23E, $585,750.

Harborside Woods Inc. to Gerard Zappa, Marescotti Ruspoli, Harborside Lakes Trust, Roland Du Roy De Blicquy and Aldo Vastpane, Section 32, Township 42S, Range 23E, $315,000.

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GBL/CNP -3: CNP Unit To Buy 50% Of Chateau Cheval Blanc

3 novembre 1998

Transcor is an energy trading group that, according to analysts, is being turned into a distribution company.

Distripar is a sub-holding also focused on distribution, through its duty-free retail chain Belgian Sky shops, and its perfume retail units Cloquet and Planet Parfum. Distripar's asset value amounts to BEF5 billion. CNP will hold 76% in the company. The remaining 24% will be held by a family holding controlled by Aldo Vastapane, CNP said.

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Belgian carrier to start flights to South Africa

30 juillet 2002

Associated Press Newswires


BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - Belgium's Sobelair plans to start flights in mid-November from Brussels to Johannesburg, South Africa, a spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Sobelair plans to run three charter flights a week between Brussels and Johannesburg. The carrier hopes to tap into the large Belgian community in South Africa as well as the tourist and business markets, a spokeswoman said.

Sobelair was the charter subsidiary of defunct national carrier Sabena. Entrepreneur Aldo Vastapane bailed Sobelair out in June.

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Belgian charter airline declared bankrupt.

19 janvier 2004

Agence France Presse


ATTENTION - ADDS quotes, background ///

A Belgian court on Monday declared charter airline Sobelair bankrupt, ending months of efforts by the struggling carrier to stay aloft, court officials said.

The former subsidiary of national airline Sabena - which itself went bankrupt in November 2001 - applied earlier this month for court protection from its creditors to give it time to draw up a recovery plan.

But the Brussels commercial court refused the request and is due to appoint an administrator to oversee the sale of the company's assets, said a court spokesman.

Sobelair has a fleet of 12 aircraft and employs some 480 people. About 65 percent of its business is provided by Belgian travel agents Jetair, a subsidiary of Germany's TUI.

Earlier this month TUI said it might be interested in acquiring parts of Sobelair, which serves 70 destinations around the Mediterranean, Africa, central America and the Caribbean.

Sobelair was founded shortly after World War II, flying initially only to Africa, where Belgium has a long colonial history.

After escaping bankruptcy when Sabena collapsed, it was taken over in June 2002 by Belgian World Airlines (BWA), run by Italian-born businessman Aldo Vastapane, who had made his fortune in real estate, liquor and airport shops.

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Ven 28 Déc 2012 - 14:41

HERVE a écrit:

Peut-être une réponse à la question précédente ...

Quand on pense aux actionnaires de Mercedes, on pense en premier lieu à la famille Flick :

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Flick

Pas évident de savoir s'il y avait un contact avec Argenteuil ...

Détail intéressant : le nom "Flick" a été utilisé lors de la récente tentative d'escroquerie de Elio Ciolini (pour laquelle il vient d'être condamné en Italie) au sujet de la reprise de l'AS Roma.

Des enqueteurs de la CBW (recemment a la retraite )se sont drolement interesse au nom de :FLICK .
que sont devenues ces investigations ?


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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Ven 28 Déc 2012 - 20:04


@alain : Flink ou Flick ???

http://www.arte.tv/fr/scandales/6921290,CmC=6921178.html

La famille Flick compte parmi les dynasties industrielles les plus riches et les plus puissantes d’Allemagne. Aucune autre famille n’a eu une telle influence sur les milieux politiques allemands au XXème siècle et n’en a autant tiré autant parti. Le nom de Flick est associé à un groupe industriel surpuissant, à des spéculations boursières spectaculaires et de rachats d’entreprises juteux, mais aussi à la spoliation de biens juifs et au travail forcé, sans oublier à la reconstruction de l’industrie ouest-allemande après la Deuxième Guerre mondiale et au pire scandale politique qu’ait connu la République fédérale.

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MessageSujet: Re: Guy WEBER   Ven 28 Déc 2012 - 21:08


Aussi :

http://unite.jean-jaures.org/u-result_frame.php?catalogueID=17525&Auteur=VAILLANT+J%C3%A9r%C3%B4me

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