ICAN and PAX report “Producing mass destruction: Private companies and the nuclear weapons industry”
PAX and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) have co-published a report showing extensive involvement of companies such as Lockheed Martin in the production of nuclear weapons.
Private companies are being paid at least $116 billion to build nuclear weapons, according to the report.
“Producing mass destruction: Private companies and the nuclear weapons industry” is part of the Don’t Bank on the Bomb project. It shows that nuclear armed governments have awarded contracts to companies including Huntington Ingalls Industries, Lockheed Martin, Honeywell International, General Dynamics and Jacobs Engineering to build nuclear weapons. These companies seek to profit from the production of weapons of mass destruction.
Dowload here the full report in English.