Daily Corruption News - Transparency International (25 March 2015)

25 March 2015
Today's top story
South Africa: South Africa corruption fears grow
Financial Times (TI mention)
When the call came from a senior official at a state-owned company, the South African businessman was nervous.

More news
Global: China gives list to US of 'corrupt' officials it would like sent back
Reuters
Australia: Australian companies failing to report suspected corruption
Sydney Morning Herald (TI mention)
Chile: Chile Transparente propone diversificación en financiamiento de partidos políticos (Chile Transparente proposes diversification of political party funding)                                                                                                                        
El Mercurio (TI mention)
Nigeria: Money rules Nigeria elections as lawmakers out-earn Obama
Bloomberg
Romania: Senators vote to not lift lawmaker's immunity in graft probe
Associated Press
Ukraine: Two Ukrainian officials arrested on television for suspected corruption
Reuters

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