Indonesia patience / Vietnam salaries / Myanmar transparency

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Jokowi runs out of patience with corrupt officials.  Indonesian President warns of zero tolerance for tradition of bribery, plans legal reforms

Francis Chan/Straits Times: http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/jokowi-runs-out-of-patience-with-corrupt-officials


Salary of Vietnam’s public servants meets only 50% of living standards
.  Outdated wage policy was named a primary cause of bureaucratic corruption in Vietnam by experts at a conference on wage reform in Hanoi.

Tuoi Tre News: http://tuoitrenews.vn/society/37523/salary-of-vietnams-public-servants-only-meets-50-of-living-standards


Fight for corporate disclosure a long one in Myanmar, says think tank
.  A third of 100 big Myanmar companies do not have an official website where data related to corporate governance is published, according to the latest transparency ranking by the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, highlighting the deep-rooted opacity of the country's corporate culture.

Motokazu Matsui/Nikkei: http://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Trends/Fight-for-corporate-disclosure-a-long-one-in-Myanmar-says-think-tank

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