Indonesia cleans up corruption ports

Indonesia cleans up corruption at ports

Indonesia’s state-owned port operator Pelindo wants to weed out criminal activities and corruption. Arif Suhartono, president director, has given clear

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Corruption still a serious problem in Asia

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.

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Exploring causes of persistent corruption

Successful anti-corruption measures undermine their own success. So, vigilance against corruption must be maintained despite its cost, even when corruption levels appear to be low.

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