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Prosecuting transnational corruption: France in the dock
Monday, 17 December 2012 , Written by « CISA »   

The OECD has accused France of not responding effectively to the problem of international corruption.

Region seeks protection for corruption whistleblowers
Monday, 17 December 2012 , Written by « CISA »   
Governments in the region are improving whisleblowers' protection and passing laws to guarantee their rights in an effort to broaden the fight against crime and corruption.
Greece 'the EU's most corrupt country'
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 , Written by « CISA »   

GREECE is seen as the most corrupt country in the European Union, while Australia ranks as the seventh least corrupt country in the world. The countries worst hit by the European financial crisis are also perceived as being among the most corrupt in the European Union, and those perceptions appear to be getting increasingly negative, an international watchdog said in a new report released Wednesday.


Anti-corruption watchdog criticises PNG government
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 , Written by « Firmin Nanol »   

Papua New Guinea's anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International has criticised the government for failing to sign an agreement to make parliament more transparent and open.


BHP corruption in Cambodia probe still alive in US
Monday, 03 December 2012 , Written by « CISA »   

BHP Billiton remains under investigation by US regulators over what is thought to be potential corruption in Cambodia, three years after the company was first asked for information by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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