Thursday, 9 March 2017

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Asia Pacific: 900 million in Asia-Pacific paid bribes to officials last year, report suggests
Mar 08, 2017 08:00 pm
More than a quarter of people living in the Asia-Pacific region had to pay a bribe while trying to access a public service in the past year, a watchdog said Tuesday, calling on governments to root out endemic graft in...
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The action is the latest in a series of skirmishes between the United States and China over technology policy. It also offered a chance for President Trump’s young administration to make a statement about the seriousness of United States sanctions....
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Four-time Olympic silver medallist Frankie Fredericks has stepped down from two key administrative roles after corruption claims. IAAF council member Fredericks has quit as head of the evaluation commission for the 2024 Games, having already left a task force helping...
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A judge ordered Ukraine’s top tax official on Tuesday to be jailed or pay a hefty bail pending his trial for suspected embezzlement, in a landmark ruling hailed by protesters as a blow for transparency in one of Europe’s most...
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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has instituted formal investigations against 41 Indian nationals whose names cropped up in the Panama Papers leak for alleged undisclosed business interests in offshore companies. Notices have also been served on several entities to join the...
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Just 40% of Thailand’s 2.6 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have agreed to enter the new government tax scheme aimed at curbing widespread tax evasion among SMEs. The Revenue Department has tried to prod SMEs into adopting a single...
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Asia Pacific: 900 million in Asia-Pacific paid bribes to officials last year, report suggests
Mar 08, 2017 08:00 pm
More than a quarter of people living in the Asia-Pacific region had to pay a bribe while trying to access a public service in the past year, a watchdog said Tuesday, calling on governments to root out endemic graft in...
Read More   
The action is the latest in a series of skirmishes between the United States and China over technology policy. It also offered a chance for President Trump’s young administration to make a statement about the seriousness of United States sanctions....
Read More   
Four-time Olympic silver medallist Frankie Fredericks has stepped down from two key administrative roles after corruption claims. IAAF council member Fredericks has quit as head of the evaluation commission for the 2024 Games, having already left a task force helping...
Read More   
A judge ordered Ukraine’s top tax official on Tuesday to be jailed or pay a hefty bail pending his trial for suspected embezzlement, in a landmark ruling hailed by protesters as a blow for transparency in one of Europe’s most...
Read More   
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has instituted formal investigations against 41 Indian nationals whose names cropped up in the Panama Papers leak for alleged undisclosed business interests in offshore companies. Notices have also been served on several entities to join the...
Read More   
Just 40% of Thailand’s 2.6 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have agreed to enter the new government tax scheme aimed at curbing widespread tax evasion among SMEs. The Revenue Department has tried to prod SMEs into adopting a single...
Read More   
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