Sri Lanka e-procurement / Japan foreign bribery / Asia-Pacific ethics

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E-procurement seen reducing corruption, costs in Sri Lanka.  Shifting to an electronic procurement system could yield big efficiency gains for both the government and private sectors in Sri Lanka, cutting costs, improving transparency and fairness in tenders, and reducing corruption, according to Verité Research.

Economy next: http://www.economynext.com/E_procurement_seen_reducing_corruption,_costs_in_Sri_Lanka-3-6658.html

Recent Developments in Japanese Enforcement of Foreign Bribery Laws.  In recent years, Japan has been under increasing scrutiny and pressure from the international community regarding its enforcement of its anti-corruption laws.

Ropes & Gray LLP/Lexology: http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=d8f10528-27bf-4b74-9aa1-4f96e83bfc10

Guide to business ethics and anti-corruption: Asia Pacific laws.  "The purpose of this Guide is to provide legal, governance, risk and compliance practitioners who are interested in the region with an overview of anti-corruption regimes and related laws in the Asia Pacific context."

Norton Rose Fulbright LLP/Lexology: http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=a7ebc632-a176-479b-9563-51b49804378f

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