Daily Corruption News: 17 February 2016

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 17 February 2016

Today's top story

USA: Tech company PTC to pay $28 million to resolve U.S. bribery probes
Reuters

Two units of Massachusetts-based software company PTC Inc will pay a total of $28 million to resolve probes into whether they gave more than $1 million in recreational travel to officials from China, two U.S. government agencies said on Tuesday.



More news

Global: Petrobras, Martinelli and a Dominican legislator top global corruption list
Latin Correspondent (TI mention)

Global: Spanish police raid Chinese bank in money laundering probe
Associated Press

Global: Vimpelcom to admit violation of anti-corruption laws
Reuters

Brazil: As impeachment stalls, Brazil probe corners Rousseff allies
Bloomberg

France: Front National raided over EU fraud allegations
BBC

Israel: Olmert case 'tip of iceberg' as Israel tries to combat corruption
Middle East Eye (TI mention)

Papua New Guinea: PNG students say shortage of university places leading to corruption
ABC News

South Korea: South Korea swimming body raided over corruption claims
BBC



Multimedia of the week

Global: See oligarchs' mansions on the London 'Kleptocracy Tour'
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty



Blogs and opinion

Ukraine: The Guardian view on Ukraine’s crisis: take the long view
The Guardian



News from Transparency International

On the web: Unmask the Corrupt
Press release: Afghanistan: Government must deal with corruption to build democracy and peace





Country / Territory - United States   
Region - Americas   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Governance   |   Law enforcement   |   Private sector   

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