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U.S. should support global efforts to tackle financial crime

A statement from the U.S. office of Transparency International

At its plenary meeting this week in Paris, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will decide whether to review its recommendations for regulating anonymous “shell companies” that are often used to…

U.S. hits new low in global corruption index

2019 Corruption Perceptions Index shows anti-corruption efforts stagnating in G7 countries

The United States has received its lowest score in eight years on the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released today by Transparency International, dropping two points to score 69 out of 100. The…

Statement on the end of MACCIH’s mandate in Honduras

Transparency International regrets that the government of the Republic of Honduras and the Organization of American States (OAS) have not prolonged the agreement allowing the Support Mission against…

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