Oil-for-food, country by country
First, the global network: Congress Probes Routing of Funds To Suspect Firms
The number of companies involved was relatively small, a few dozen out of the more than 3,000 contractors tapped by Saddam under U.N. terms that let him choose, subject to U.N. veto, his own business partners. Among several of this band, the rerouted payments were copious. In some cases, they form a latticework of disturbing associations. These include such U.N.-approved dealers as Al Wasel & Babel General Trading, based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which sold $384 million of goods to Saddam under oil for food.
Canada (via Roger L. Simon) and Lebanon: Oil For Food, Beirut/Montreal Connection Revisited
France: Rohrabacher To Probe Role Of French Bank, BNP Paribas (formerly the Banque Nationale de Paris). BNP Paribas is also heavily involved in Chirac-related scandals.
Germany: UN Probes German Companies in Oil for Food Scandal, among them Siemens, German truckmaker MAN, and engine manufacturer Deutz.
Friends of Saddam has a country-by country roster.
Oil-for-food, the scandal that keeps on giving.