In this update:
- PNG anti-corruption taskforce funding removed after allegations against PM
- Foreign Bribery Tool to help businesses stamp out corruption
- Anti-Corruption white paper published by GoodCorporation
ABC News has reported that: ‘The most successful anti-corruption agency in Papua New Guinea’s history has been starved of funding and is broke, as a result of allegations made against Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’.
Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan MP, has released a new online learning module on foreign bribery.
A white paper released by GoodCorporation found that: ‘Three years after the UK Bribery Act came into force, businesses are still struggling to implement the procedures necessary to prevent corruption, with over a third of almost 3,000 anti-corruption controls assessed by GoodCorporation graded inadequate’.
TI Australia e-Update #196
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