As the number of COVID-19 infections spirals out of control, countries around the world have reported major shortages of ventilators, respirators, test kits, surgical masks,
During crises like the outbreak of a deadly virus, the risk of cover-up and corruption in healthcare is exacerbated by dramatically increased pressure on the system.
Unique and intense commercial pressures from the outbreak have increased the corruption threat for companies, their workforces and executives.
The impacts of COVID-19 are being felt along global value chains as manufacturing slows in China.
Governments should prioritize protecting workers and not to bail out banks and financial institutions.
What's important now.
Governments must adequately acknowledge, confront the crisis, and take decisive actions now.
Covid-19 is spreading from China to other regions, causing human suffering and economic disruption.
Criminals are taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak to carry out investment frauds and scams.
This is a critical juncture in the outbreak and the focus is on containing COVID-19.
Questions have been raised about whether the spread of the disease could have been stopped more effectively if China had been more open.
With the onslaught of COVID-19 on China’s production capacity, the economic impacts are felt not only in China, but also around the world.
Through close collaboration between Singaporean and Indonesian authorities, three pirates were arrested. They had boarded a Liberian-flagged bulk carrier Sam Jaguar in the Singapore Strait on 16 Mar.
Cybercrime is rising, and shipping is a top target in 2020.
It is time now to rapidly assess and response to build a resilient supply chain to withstand the next disaster from having the same impact.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caught companies and whole industries off guard, with a shockwave of ripple effects tearing through their supply chains.
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.
Some Chinese citizens are comparing their government’s initial delayed response to the outbreak with the Chernobyl disaster.
As COVID-19 reaches more than 60 countries, World Bank is making available an initial package of up to US$12 billion in immediate support to assist countries.
Law enforcement authorities from 23 EU Member States struck a blow at organized crime groups involved in fuel fraud by arresting 59 individuals in a year-long operation.
As the coronavirus outbreak in China and other countries shows no signs of abating any time soon, affected companies are considering the legal defense of force majeure in regards to their contractual obligations.
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Belonging to one of the fastest-growing digital economies in the world, member countries in the ASEAN region experienced a significant amount of cybercrime, ranging from massive data breaches, crippling ransomware attacks and the meteoric rise in cryptojacking.