From: Transparency International - Daily Corruption News (27 Jan 2017)

27 January 2017

Today's top story
Brazil: Eike Batista, once Brazil’s richest man, is sought in corruption inquiry
The New York Times
The Brazilian police announced on Thursday that they were seeking the arrest of Eike Batista, the oil and mining tycoon who was once the country’s richest man, in an expansion of the vast corruption investigation that has ensnarled dozens of politicians and business leaders.


More news

Multimedia of the week
Global: Corruption and populism
Deutsche Welle (TI mention)

Blogs and opinion
The Philippines: Duterte's Philippines is getting more corrupt
Forbes (TI mention)

News from Transparency International
Web feature: Corruption and inequality: How populists mislead people
Press release: Corruption Perceptions Index 2016: Vicious circle of corruption and inequality must be tackled

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