Transparency International launches Global Corruption Report 2009: Corruption and the Private Sector
Transparency International (TI), a leading anti-corruption organisation, has launched a wide-ranging review of corrupt practices in the private sector, including bribery and undue influence, corporate fraud and cartels. New challenges for carbon trading markets, sovereign wealth funds and emerging economic powers in Asia and Latin America are also covered.
TI’s Global Corruption Report 2009: Corruption and the Private Sector features more than 75 experts examining the scale, scope and devastating consequences of corporate corruption, ranging from small entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa to multinationals in Europe and North America. These are complemented by 45 in-depth country reports (Trinidad and Tobago country report included). Best practices and practical recommendations for businesses and governments are also identified.
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