Bangladesh youth / Vietnam pay raise / Philippine firearms

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Bangladesh youth speak to Global Shapers Survey: corruption, instability affect country most.  The government's lack of accountability and transparency or corruption is the most serious issue affecting Bangladesh right now, according to World Economic Forum's Global Shapers Annual Survey 2016.

The Daily Star: http://www.thedailystar.net/backpage/youths-speak-global-shapers-survey-corruption-instability-affect-country-most-1313521

Vietnam to give public sector wage raise next year.  Vietnam’s top legislative body, the National Assembly, approved a government’s proposal to raise wages for Vietnamese civil servants and public employees, including teachers and doctors, by 7.4 percent from July 2017.

Hoai Thu/VN Express: http://e.vnexpress.net/news/news/vietnam-to-give-public-sector-7-4-percent-wage-raise-next-year-3497971.html

Philippine police zero-graft campaign paying off in licensing of firearms.  Getting rid of corruption, speeding up processing of licenses and greatly increasing collections have enabled the Philippine National Police-Firearms and Explosives Office (PNP-FEO) to regain the public’s trust, an official said.

Jaime Laude/Philippine Star: http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/11/13/1643276/pnps-zero-graft-campaign-paying

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