The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and Department of the Treasury’s Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial
Governments around the world must urgently redouble their supervision over banks, real estate brokers, company service providers and other intermediaries to track down dirty money
Legal trade is profitable trade.
Maritime corruption has a negative effect on the industry, impedes social and economic development and contributes to security risks in
No progress in fighting corruption amid human rights abuses, democratic decline, says Transparency International
The 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released January 25 by Transparency International shows that corruption levels remain at a standstill
Singapore retained its high score of 85 for the Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) for 2021. Out of
What will happen next will be up to voters.
China, North Korea are involved in illicit coal trade.
Corruption put people’s lives at risk.
Enforcing antitrust law against shipping companies.
The first ever UN General Assembly special session against corruption welcomed the launch of a new global network today to “develop a quick, agile and
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Alexandra Wrage, president and founder of TRACE, who has provided anti-bribery consulting or training in over 120 countries.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Patrick Verhoeven, MD of the International Association of Ports and Harbors, on how ports can fight drug trafficking and corruption.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, interviews Alexandra Wrage, president and founder of TRACE, who has provided anti-bribery consulting or training in over 120 countries.
The United Nations and World Bank estimated that corruption can add up to 10 percent to the cost of doing business globally.
Many countries see economic openness as a way forward, however, governments across the region continue to restrict participation in public affairs, silence dissenting voices and keep decision-making out of public scrutiny.
India’s 3,762 seafarers are found to obtain fake certificates from five training institutes without completing the necessary training.
Analysis reveals corruption more pervasive in countries where money influences political power.
Being transparent is increasingly seen by society as a prerequisite to becoming a good corporate citizen. Lee Kok Leong, executive editor, Maritime Fairtrade, reports