Daily Corruption News: 23 October 2013

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 23 October 2013

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Global: GSK boss says firm won't pull out of China despite corruption scandal
The Guardian

The boss of GlaxoSmithKline insists the pharmaceutical giant will not pull out of China despite a lurid corruption scandal that has wiped out two-thirds of its business in the world's second-largest economy.

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Czech Republic: Graft-weary Czech voters pin hopes on 'incorruptible' tycoon
Agence France-Presse

India: Pascal Saint-Amans: ‘Would work closely with India on tax transparency’
The Hindu

Israel: Israelis vote in local polls after corruption scandals
Agence France-Presse

Italy: Berlusconi ordered to stand trial on corruption charge – sources

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Global: Corruption in construction

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Kosovo: Kosovo, a new start for Eulex. Maybe
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso

Libya: On top of everything else, now Libya has a corruption scandal to worry about
Foreign Policy

Philippines: Many shades of corruption – public vs private, grand vs petty
The Philippine Star

News from Transparency International

Web feature: A call for real consequences for corruption
Web feature: Corruption risks: how does your country measure up?

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Tags - Pharmaceuticals   |   GlaxoSmithKline   

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