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Published on 20 September 2012

European Union: A scramble to protect delegations

European Union: A scramble to protect delegations

Due to the number on offer and the amounts of money they involve, contracts to provide security for European Union delegations in unstable countries represents one of the richest opportunities for private security firms in Europe. The best-known groups in the business are pulling out all the stops to win the sensitive contracts. But the procedures to land them are cumbersome.

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