[ap-intact] INFO: Pakistan anti-graft agency performance improved in 2014, says chair

The performance of Pakistan’s National Accountability Bureau improved by 54% in 2014, said its chairman, Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, who addressed a public forum on the "National Accountability Bureau and the Challenges of Corruption in Pakistan". Pakistan reportedly loses an estimated US$15-billion annually due to corruption.

Read the story in Daily Times. http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/national/09-Apr-2015/nab-performance-improved-by-54-in-2014-chairman

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