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Tied Aid

Volume 281: debated on Wednesday 17 July 1996

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To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will list for each of the last three years (a) the top 30 companies receiving bilateral tied aid contracts by value and (b) the top 30 companies receiving contracts as part of the aid and trade provision by value. [36591]

The number of ATP projects agreed in each of the last three years—1993 to 1995—was five, five and seven, respectively. The companies which won ATP support business as prime contractors on those projects were as follows:

CompanyATP allocation (£ millions)
John Brown Engineering Ltd.10.925
Siemens Plessey Radar Ltd.4.300
Humatt Engineering Ltd.2.032
Cossor Electronics Ltd.1.437
Kvaerner Boving Ltd.4.775
Humatt Engineering Ltd.4.227
Balfour Beatty Projects and Engineering Ltd.4.121
Siemens Plessey Controls0.841
Sir Alexander Gibb and Partners Ltd.0.093
GEC Alsthom15.516
Davy British Rail International Ltd.15.010
Rolls Royce12.568
Siemens Plessey8.400
Serco-IAL Systems Ltd.4.167
Clough Smith1.601
Landrover Exports Ltd.1.386
The ODA is currently compiling data on the top 30 companies receiving bilateral tied aid contracts and will provide an answer shortly.