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People in the Pacific concerned about corruption in government and business, survey reveals

New data exposes for the first time the high levels of corruption directly experienced by people in the Pacific, pointing to a pressing need for reform

Berlin, 15 November 2021 – The first-ever Global Corruption Barometer – Pacific released by Transparency International today reveals that corruption is a significant problem in the region. When it…

Registers of true owners of anonymous companies on track to become a requirement worldwide

The Financial Action Task Force’s proposed measures for strengthening the global standard a positive development in eliminating corporate secrecy

Transparency International welcomes the proposed amendments to the global standard on company ownership, released yesterday. The draft revisions, put forward by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)…

Pandora Papers: Sweeping reforms needed to rein in lawless offshore industry

Decisive law enforcement action required to hold both perpetrators and their enablers to account

The Pandora Papers bring home the need to rein in the lawless offshore industry, Transparency International said today. The governments that have been holding up meaningful reforms towards ending the…


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