New Zealand holds off / India hospitals / Sri Lanka forensic accounting

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INFO: NZ holds off signing up to anti-corruption agreement.  New Zealand has assured an anti-corruption summit in London that it is committed to tackling corruption despite not yet signing up to new international agreements.

TVNZ: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/nz-holds-off-signing-up-anti-corruption-agreement

PUBLICATION: Book alleges corruption among doctors in India's private hospitals.  "An intriguing book — which alleges that doctors carry out bogus surgeries in order to meet sales targets and further their own profits, thus robbing patients of their hard-earned money — has created a flutter among the medical fraternity and masses alike. After it was published, even [the] Indian Medical Association members have raised their eyebrows at the alleged malpractices rampant among doctors in private hospitals and pharma companies."

Santosh Andhale/Daily News and Analysis: http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-book-blows-lid-off-corruption-among-doctors-in-private-hospitals-2212445

INFO: Demand for forensic accounting on the rise in Sri Lanka.  The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) said it had launched a certificate course in forensic accounting to meet increasing demand for the skills amid a rising incidence of fraud in the island.

EconomyNext: http://www.economynext.com/Demand_for_forensic_accounting_on_the_rise_in_Sri_Lanka-3-4997.html

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