Malaysia ministers KPI / Indonesia police salary / Japan car-maker profit

Ministers may soon add anti-corruption measures to their KPIs.  Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) has proposed to the Special Cabinet Committee on Anti-Corruption (JKKMAR) that ministers should undertake these five anti-corruption measures at their ministries as part of the National Anti-Corruption Plan (NACP).

 

The Edge Markets: https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/dr-mahathir-wants-lawmakers-declare-assets-antigraft-drive

 

Throwing money at corruption (Commentary).  “…it is highly unlikely that bumping up a few salaries or giving better allowances will result in a significant drop in Indonesia’s corruption statistics. More than likely, the government there will need to look at a more holistic approach which not only involves those in employment but the nation as a whole.”

Sheith Khidhir/The ASEAN Post: https://theaseanpost.com/article/throwing-money-corruption

 

Japan's Nissan sees sharply lower profits after Ghosn scandal.  As its former chairman Carlos Ghosn defends himself against allegations of financial misconduct, the company said it expects operating profits to fall by 28 percent in the year ending March 31, 2020. That's after a 45 percent plunge to 318bn yen ($2.9bn) last year.

Al Jazeera: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/05/japan-nissan-sees-sharply-profits-ghosn-scandal-190514105624330.html

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