Aussie foreign bribery / Malaysia youth / Indonesia forest

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INFO: Investigating Australia's foreign bribery laws.  A Senate committee will continue its investigation of foreign briberyand whether Australian laws are adequate, with hearings in Sydney.

Sky News: http://www.skynews.com.au/news/national/2016/04/22/foreign-bribery-laws-under-investigation.html

INFO: Over 1,000 Malaysian youth arrested for bribery since 2013.  Out of the 1,902 individuals caught for corruption since 2013, 1,045 of them were below the age of 40, with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission saying the youths included professionals.

Malaysian Digest: http://malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/607359-over-1-000-youths-arrested-for-bribery-since-2013-macc.html

INFO: Anti-corruption agency helps to improve forest governance in Indonesia.  The involvement of the national antigraft agency in monitoring forest practices in Indonesia has helped to improve governance in the industry, the United Nations Development Programme said.

Jakarta Globe: http://jakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/kpks-involvement-helps-improve-forest-governance-undp/

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