Australian cases / Thai public-speaking / Myanmar watchlist

Get AP-INTACT posts on Twitter (https://twitter.com/apintactnetwork)

If a link below does not work, please copy and paste the link into your browser’s address bar instead.

-->



INFO: Five cases an Australian federal anti-corruption body might have investigated. An aggressive, well-funded federal anti-corruption commission could pursue corruption that escapes the notice of the state-based anti-corruption commission, or the patchwork of other enforcement agencies, which are mostly under-resourced.

Royce Miller/Sydney Morning Herald: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/five-cases-federal-anticorruption-body-might-have-investigated-20160623-gpq3be.html
-->



INFO: Thai public-speaking competition on corruption.  Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) held a public speaking competition for high school students on the topic of corruption, in order to instill consciousness towards eliminating corruption.

Thai Visa News: http://news.thaivisa.com/thailand/nacc-holds-public-speaking-competition-on-corruption/146786/
-->



INFO: Myanmar moved off money laundering watchlist.  Inter-governmental body the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has removed Myanmar from its list of states deemed weak in combating money laundering and terrorist financing, which experts think should make international banks more comfortable doing business with the country.

Steve Gilmore/Myanmar Times: http://www.mmtimes.com/index.php/business/21060-myanmar-moved-off-money-laundering-watchlist.html

Popular posts from this blog

Global Anticorruption Blog - Guest Post: Why Debarment Is Different–A Reply to Professor Stephenson

Philippines business environment / Malaysia anti-laundering rules / Sri Lanka asset declaration

African Ministers to Spotlight Civil Registration As Key for Good Governance