Singapore low risk / Malaysia system launch / Afghanistan precondition

Singapore ranks 13th out of 200 for 'very low' risk of commercial bribery.  The city state is in the "very low" category in terms of risks of business bribery or in other words, corruption-related concerns, based on the 2017 Trace Bribery Risk Matrix - a global business bribery risk assessment tool.
Anita Gabriel/The Business Times: http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/government-economy/singapore-ranks-13th-out-of-200-for-very-low-risk-of-commercial-bribery

Malaysia launches anti-bribery management system to help curb corruption.  The Department of Standards Malaysia in collaboration with the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission launched the Anti Bribery Management Systems based on the ISO 37001:2016 Malaysian Standard.
Borneo Bulletin: http://borneobulletin.com.bn/malaysia-launches-anti-bribery-management-system-to-help-curb-corruption/

Afghanistan: Fighting Corruption A 'Precondition' For Foreign Aid.  The US's deputy chief of mission said at a meeting that the Taliban is using corruption for their own gains and that it is undermining the peace process.
Anisa Shaheed/TOLO News: http://www.tolonews.com/afghanistan/fighting-corruption-%E2%80%98precondition%E2%80%99-foreign-aid

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