Pakistan fight / Mongolia troubled waters / Bhutan corruption survey

How Pakistan Is Fighting Crime and Corruption With Technology.  Pakistan uses new technology to improve good governance and combat crime.

Umair Jamal/The Diplomat: http://thediplomat.com/2016/12/how-pakistan-is-fighting-crime-and-corruption-with-technology/

Businesses Navigate Troubled Waters in Mongolia.  The latest Study on Private Perceptions on Corruption—released by The Asia Foundation and the Sant Maral Foundation—reveals a decline in satisfaction among the business community with the current business environment.

Amarzaya Naran & Diana Fernandez/The Asia Foundation: http://asiafoundation.org/2016/12/14/businesses-navigate-troubled-waters-mongolia/

Survey finds most prevalent forms of corruption in Bhutan.  Favouritism and nepotism in recruitment, promotion and transfer are the most prevalent forms of corruption in Bhutan, according to the National Corruption Barometer Survey by Bhutan Transparency Initiative.

Kuensel: http://www.kuenselonline.com/favouritism-nepotism-most-prevalent-forms-of-corruption-in-bhutan/

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