Philippines monitoring app / India FCPA case / Vietnam ex-TV chairman

Año urges installation of DevLIVE mobile app to keep track of infra projects.  The Philippines Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Eduardo M. Año has strongly pushed for the installation of the Development LIVE or DevLIVE mobile application, developed with the support of UNDP, to allow an easier monitoring and feedback on local infrastructure projects.

Chito Chavez/Manila Bulletin: https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/04/12/ano-urges-installation-of-devlive-mobile-app-to-keep-track-of-infra-projects/

 

Uber not alone in facing US probe for India ‘graft’.  Companies based and listed in the US are coming under scrutiny over allegations that they’ve been paying bribes to officials in India.

Pavan Burugula/Economic Times:https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/company/corporate-trends/uber-not-alone-in-facing-us-probe-for-india-graft/articleshow/68898109.cms

 

Brother of richest Vietnamese man held for alleged bribery.  The latest ensnared in the anti-corruption drive is Pham Nhat Vu, the former chairman of a television company Audio Visual Global (AVG), whose brother has a net worth of US$7.6 billion (S$10.3 billion), according to Forbes.

The Straits Times: https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/brother-of-richest-viet-man-held-for-alleged-bribery

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