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A year after South Korea passed an anti-corruption law, some businesses say it goes too far.  Some businesses that rely on Korea's gift-giving tradition say they're now suffering economically as a result of the law.  

Jason Strother/PRI:

Thai legislators back down over publishing politicians' complete assets.  After extensive criticism, legislators have backtracked and amended the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) organic bill, stipulating that the agency publish complete information regarding the assets and liabilities of political office holders as well as high-ranking officials, including the Constitutional Court judges, said charter drafter Pattara Khampitak.

Kasamakorn Chanwanpen/The Nation:

Mongolia president's priority policy direction. Sooronbai Jeenbekov, the new president of Kyrgyzstan, said in his opening speech at the inauguration ceremony after taking the oath is the fight against corruption.

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