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The New York Times
Why Has Trump’s Exceptional Corruption Gone Unchecked?

“Drain the swamp” suggests that all political corruption is the same. It isn’t, and the distinctions matter.

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British fugitive sentenced for money laundering in Tabernula case

A fugitive businessman convicted of money laundering in one of Britain’s longest and most complex insider dealing investigations was on Tuesday sentenced in his absence to five years and eight months in prison by a London judge.

Former national science association indicted for bribery

Chen Gang, a former member of the Leading Party Members Group of the China Association for Science and Technology, has been indicted on charge of taking bribes, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) said Tuesday.

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Russia: lack of progress on criminalisation of corruption and transparency of party funding

The Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body GRECO published today its fourth assessment of the measures taken by the Russian authorities since the previous examination in June 2018 to implement the outstanding recommendations on incriminations and transparency of party funding. GRECO regrets that no tangible progress has been made.

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EU Law Requires Internal Reporting for Businesses, Protects Whistleblowers

The EU Whistleblower Protection Directive will require organisations to ensure the confidentiality of whistleblowers and anyone mentioned in a report filed through internal reporting channels.

Supply or Demand? Prosecuting Foreign Officials Won't Stop Businesses Offering Bribes

It Takes Two to Tango” is certainly an apt phrase to describe the sharing of liability for illicit payments made by firms to foreign government officials to garner sales. Indeed, it is the basis of a new bill introduced this summer on a bipartisan basis in the U.S. Congress to address a well-known exclusion of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act’s (FCPA’s) coverage. 

Al Jazeera
Jordan: Anti-corruption law praised but questions remain

A new law recently passed to tackle rampant corruption among Jordan's public officials was widely praised as a necessary step to improve the country's moribund economy, but some critics questioned its effectiveness or whether it will be business as usual.

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