New TI approach / Shipping industry corruption / Hong Kong graft-busters

Watchdog planning new approach to fighting corruption (interview).  "TI is moving to become a more type of activist organisation – we are speaking loudly, we are now denouncing and naming those responsible for these types of cases and we are even getting engaged in a specific cases against the corrupt."
Interview of Jose Ugaz, head of Transparency International/Radio New Zealand: http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/programmes/datelinepacific/audio/201853649/watchdog-planning-new-approach-to-fighting-corruption

Protecting from corruption in the Asia-Middle East shipping industry (analysis).  "Executives and shareholders must require their employees to conduct due diligence on all customers and clients and welcome independent audits of their companies' operations to ensure compliance with local and international regulations."
Logistics-Insight Asia: https://www.logasiamag.com/2017/08/protecting-corruption-asia-middle-east-shipping-industry/

How a small team of graft-busters tightened the net in Hong Kong's most explosive corruption case.  Over 120 witnesses, 230 bank accounts, local and overseas, and thousands of bank transactions spanning almost a decade: such was the task facing anti-graft officers during a six-year investigation that eventually put Hong Kong's former No 2 official Rafael Hui Si-yan behind bars.
Today Online: http://www.todayonline.com/chinaindia/china/how-small-team-graft-busters-tightened-net-hong-kongs-most-explosive-corruption

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