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IMF: Make COVID-19 funds transparent, accountable

Preventing corruption key to helping hardest hit

The International Monetary Fund should include transparency and anti-corruption measures in coronavirus-related emergency relief programs to ensure that the billions of dollars it is disbursing to…

Coronavirus sparks high risk of corruption across Latin America

Thirteen Latin American chapters from Transparency International highlight public procurement risks and how to mitigate them to benefit people

Today, a working group of 13 Latin American chapters of Transparency International presented a set of proposals to mitigate the risk of corruption in public procurement as part of the region’s…

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