From: Ethical Alliance Daily News - 8 Dec 2016


 

China: China to help 1MDB settle multi-billion-dollar legal dispute with Abu Dhabi: Financial Times
Dec 08, 2016 08:00 pm
Malaysia’s state investment fund 1MDB is preparing to make a repayment with Chinese assistance to Abu Dhabi’s state-owned fund as it seeks to settle a US$6.5 billion (S$9.25 billion) dispute over an alleged breach of contract, the Financial Times reported...
To celebrate International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9, ethiXbase looks back at some of the key anti-corruption developments of 2016. Read this post and access our 2016 SlideShare for an overview of what has been a tumultuous year in anti-corruption developments.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is investigating claims by an anonymous tipster that the company bribed state healthcare workers in Romania to get them to prescribe its medication, a Teva spokeswoman said. The internal probe, which has not previously been reported, comes...
One of Asia’s most influential gaming industry figures has been forced to flee the Philippines after becoming a prime target of President Rodrigo Duterte’s crackdown on drugs and gambling. Duterte earlier this month ordered the arrest of Jack Lam Yin-lok...
Switzerland has boosted anti-money laundering measures over the last decade but could still do more to prevent financial crime, the inter-governmental Financial Action Task Force (FATF) said on Wednesday. Once a haven for untaxed and illicit assets, the small but...
A former FIFA official from Nicaragua who was responsible for overseeing the soccer governing body’s development efforts in Central America pleaded guilty on Wednesday to U.S. charges stemming from a wide-ranging bribery investigation. Julio Rocha, who is also a former...

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