Daily Corruption News: 4 October 2012

Filed under - Defence and security

Posted 4 October 2012

Today's top story

Global: Defence firms not open about anti-corruption measures
BBC (TI mention)

Two-thirds of the world's biggest defence companies do not provide enough evidence about how they fight corruption, a pressure group has said.

More news

Global: TI y ASJ analizarán corrupción en Centro América (TI and the ASJ to analyse corruption in Central America)

Brazil: Brazil Mensalao trial: Lula aide ‘led corruption scheme’

Czech Republic: Czech labour minister resigns after police charge deputy

Lithuania: Lithuania anti-corruption agency charges Vilnius Deputy Mayor

Philippines: Ex-Philippine President arrested in new corruption case
Associated Press

Blogs and opinion

South Africa: On the trail of South Africa’s missing text books

UK: Survey finds economic climate encouraging UK businesses to ignore bribery risks
The Wall Street Journal blogs

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Defence companies and disclosure: how are they doing?
On the blog: Transparency comes calling on telecoms, banking sectors

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