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The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Global Advice Network present a free of charge anti-corruption eLearning course.
This interactive course aims to strengthen companies’ awareness about the risks of corruption that await them in many business environments. Access the course by clicking on the image or by referring to the Training page of this Portal. You might need to press F11 to obtain an optimal view on a laptop.
The Business Anti-Corruption Portal provides practical business information and tools to SMEs to avoid and fight corruption. Here you can read more about how to use the Portal and where to find your information.
Developed to help implement the UN Global Compact’s 10th principle, this Tools Inventory is intended to guide companies through various anti-corruption initiatives and tools
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Introduction to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and a quick guide to the US Sentencing Guidelines. The FCPA is the most enforced corporate anti-corruption law around the world.
Here you can read about corruption in the United States, the anti-corruption legislation (including the FCPA, Dodd-Frank and Sarbanes-Oxley Acts) and find the latest corruption news articles.
Global Advice Network is pleased to inform that Mexico and Moldova Country Profiles have been updated in May 2013. Please click the following links to access detailed, updated information concerning...
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Global Advice Network is pleased to inform that 2 more Country Profiles have been updated in April 2013. Click on the links below to access detailed, updated information concerning business and...
International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) is being probed by the U.S. Justice Department over corruption allegations in Poland, Argentina, Bangladesh and Ukraine, adding to bribery charges from the...
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says Africa is losing billions each year to illicit capital outflows in development.
Allegations of cash payments to African presidents are to be investigated as part of the Serious Fraud Office inquiry into corruption at Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation, the FTSE-listed mining...
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EU companies will be required to publish information ranging from anti-corruption and bribery measures to their boardroom policies and employment practices, under new legislation unveiled by the...
Transparency International today welcomes the pledge made by Belgium, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Poland and Romania to share a wide range of financial information across borders on an...
European Union negotiators on Tuesday reached a deal on a law that will make oil, gas, mining and logging firms declare payments to governments, as part of efforts to end poverty in resource-rich...
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