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Our latest research examines the current and future impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on corruption risks in the licensing and permitting of large-scale mining projects, and outlines seven intersecting themes that characterise the changed landscape for corruption risk.
Australia must step up its diligence on who is doing business here, and an improved corporate registry system would help.
A seismic rumbling occurred recently in the field of anti-money laundering – one that portends a tectonic shift in the way in which money is laundered around the world.
Mongolia’s long-awaited draft Extractive Industries Transparency Law is an opportunity for the country to plug the gaps that leave its mining sector exposed to conflicts of interests and corruption.
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