Mongolia punishment / China supervisory commission / Cartel screens

Mongolia toughens punishment for corruption.   The Mongolian Parliament's Judicial Standing Committee has backed an amendment of the criminal law that tightens punishment for corruption and embezzlement offences.

AKI Press: http://akipress.com/news:587532/

China's anti-graft agencies set to be realigned.  China's four-year anti-corruption fight will produce a new institution, called a supervisory commission, to integrate separate and less effective corruption control authorities.

ECNS.CN: http://www.ecns.cn/2017/01-12/241221.shtml

Procurement Agencies: Put In Screens! (opinion).  "Cartel screens are software programs that analyze bids received on public tenders for patterns suggesting the companies bidding agreed to rig the bid."

Rick Messick/Global Anticorruption Blog: https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2017/01/11/procurement-agencies-put-in-screens/

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