Transparency International will publish its biannual “Exporting Corruption” report on Tuesday 11 October 2022. The report reviews efforts of 47 leading export economies to investigate, prosecute and punish companies that bribe officials in foreign countries from 2018-2021, assessing compliance with the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention.
As the OECD working group on bribery in international business transactions begin their October meeting on Tuesday, the report will highlight where countries need to step up to prohibit and enforce against foreign bribery.
The report assesses 43 of the 44 signatories to the Convention, as well as major exporters China, Hong Kong SAR, India and Singapore. In total, the countries and territories reviewed are responsible for nearly 85 per cent of world exports. Exporting Corruption features country briefs on each of the jurisdictions and makes specific recommendations to improve enforcement and reform legal frameworks – including for compensating victims.
Exporting Corruption 2022: Assessing Enforcement of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention
Tuesday, 11 October 2022
10:00 Berlin / 4:00 Washington D.C.
Embargoed materials and interviews are available from the TI Secretariat press office upon request.