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Sri Lanka to enact new monetary law to prevent corruption at Central Bank following Bond Scam.  Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, in a special statement to the nation said that the government would adapt a new Monetary Law Act in the island country to avoid any malpractices in the Central Bank in the future.

MENAFN: http://menafn.com/1096305132/Sri-Lanka-to-enact-new-monetary-law-to-prevent-corruption-at-Central-Bank-following-Bond-Scam


China gov't-owned companies to set up first institutional compliance systems.  Chinese state-owned enterprises are establishing institutional compliance systems for the first time, as regulators roll out new anti-bribery guidelines in the latest crackdown on corruption by President Xi Jinping.

Emily Feng/Financial Times: https://www.ft.com/content/0833413a-db2f-11e7-a039-c64b1c09b482


"Right to Information" or "Right to Intimidation"? The Unfulfilled Promise of India's Right to Information Act (RTI) (opinion).  "Since 2005, over 60 activists have been killed, and hundreds of others have been assaulted or harassed, for filing RTI requests."

Harmann Singh/Global Anticorruption Blog: https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2017/12/22/right-to-information-or-right-to-intimidation-the-unfulfilled-promise-of-indias-right-to-information-act-rti/

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