Security contractor Paladin has broken its silence to attack suggestions of corruption as “offensive”, while rejecting reports linking it to a series of bad debts or failed contracts across Asia.
The firm said it is seeking legal advice about media articles it said had “failed to identify any evidence to sustain the damaging allegations being made against Paladin”.
“We do not have any bad debts or failed contracts,” the company said. “We do not make payments that are not linked to a service. We reject the notion in the media that any contract with a Papua New Guinea (PNG) entity is tainted by corruption – we find this notion offensive.”
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