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Loyalties of head of Thailand anti-graft agency to be put to test.  National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) president Pol Gen Watcharapol Prasarnrajkit faces a tough test to prove he and the anti-graft agency will handle the case involving Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon, his former boss, without fear or favour.
Nattaya Chetchotiros & Kornchanok Raksaseri/Bangkok Post:

Need documents from the gov't? The Philippine Post Office's 'Zip Lane' is waiting.  The 'Zip Lane,' based in Philippine Postal Corporation stations, can accept requests for and print documents from the National Bureau of Investigation, Social Security System, Philippine Health Insurance Corp., and Philippine Overseas Employment Administration in less than an hour

Reform of Australia's foreign bribery laws, and introduction of deferred prosecution agreements.  On 6 December 2017, the Attorney General, Senator Brandis, introduced to the Senate the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Combatting Corporate Crime) Bill 2017, which introduces two significant, and previously foreshadowed, measures to address challenges associated with detecting and addressing serious corporate crime: Expanding foreign bribery offences; and, introducing a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) scheme for serious corporate crime.
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