Vietnam hotline / Hong Kong caseload / Water sleaze

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INFO: Vietnam hotline to prevent corruption in land use certificate issuance.  Vietnam's Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment opened a hotline to receive feedback from people and businesses on the difficulties they may encounter while registering for land use certificates or “red books.”

Viet Nam News: http://vietnamnews.vn/society/295732/hotline-opens-to-prevent-corruption-in-land-use-certificate-issuance.html?src=ilaw

INFO: Caseload on Hong Kong’s dirty money reaches new highs.  New official figures obtained by the Sunday Morning Post reveal the number of reports of suspicious financial activity made to the Hong Kong authorities has massively increased.

Danny Lee and Niall Fraser, South China Morning Post: http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/law-crime/article/1937974/caseload-hong-kongs-dirty-money-reaches-new-highs

INFO: Corruption Swallows a Huge Dose of Water.  While the United Nations marked this year’s World Water Day on March 22 focusing on the connection between water and jobs, a new report has rung loud alarm bells about the heavy impact of corruption on the massive investments being made in the water sector.

Jeff Williams/Inter Press Service, The Morung Express: http://morungexpress.com/corruption-swallows-a-huge-dose-of-water/

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