Exporting corruption, progress report 2015: assessing enforcement of the OECD Convention on combatting foreign bribery

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Report published 20 August 2015
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Transparency International’s 2015 Progress Report is an independent assessment of the enforcement of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD’s) Anti-Bribery Convention. The Convention is a key instrument for curbing global corruption because the 41 signatory countries are responsible for approximately two-thirds of world exports and almost 90 per cent of total foreign direct investment outflows. This is the 11th annual report. It has been prepared by Transparency International’s International Secretariat working with our national chapters and experts in the 41 OECD Convention countries. This report shows that there is Active Enforcement in four countries, Moderate Enforcement in six countries, Limited Enforcement in nine countries, and Little or No Enforcement in 20 countries. (Two countries were not classified.)

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Country / Territory - Argentina   |   Australia   |   Austria   |   Belgium   |   Brazil   |   Bulgaria   |   Canada   |   Chile   |   Colombia   |   Czech Republic   |   Denmark   |   Estonia   |   Finland   |   France   |   Germany   |   Greece   |   Hungary   |   Iceland   |   Ireland   |   Israel   |   Italy   |   Latvia   |   Luxembourg   |   Mexico   |   Netherlands   |   New Zealand   |   Norway   |   Poland   |   Portugal   |   Russia   |   Slovakia   |   Slovenia   |   South Africa   |   South Korea   |   Spain   |   Sweden   |   Switzerland   |   Turkey   |   United Kingdom   |   United States   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Conventions   |   Law enforcement   |   Politics and government   |   Private sector   

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