Daily Corruption News: 3 August 2015

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 3 August 2015

Today's top story

Global: Former City trader Tom Hayes convicted of Libor rigging
The Guardian

Former City trader Tom Hayes has been sentenced to 14 years in jail after becoming the first person to be convicted by a jury of rigging the Libor interest rate.



More news

Global: Honduras and Guatemala anti-corruption protests spur hope for change for the first time in decades
International Business Times (TI mention)

China: China's war on corruption is far from over
South China Morning Post

El Salvador: “Hay una preocupación grande por la impunidad” (“There are big concerns on impunity”)
La Prensa Grafica (TI mention)

Finland: Finland unnerved by trial of police detective on drug charges
The New York Times

India: 82 per cent jump in corruption complaints; Railways tops: CVC
Press Trust of India

Kenya: Corruption in Kenya 'worse than ever' says veteran campaigner
Agence France-Presse



Blogs and opinion

Global: African business schools are adding anti-corruption education to their programs
Quartz

Russia: It’s insanely expensive to bribe Russian officials these days
Global Post



News from Transparency International

Feature: Dodgy diplomacy
Feature: Malaysia – what needs to change





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