There is a strong link between corruption and the private sector that is important to acknowledge, especially within growing economies such as those in South-East Asia.
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With currently more than 7 billion mobile subscriptions worldwide and 3.2 billion internet users, the growth of the telecoms sector has enabled unprecedented opportunities for social and economic development. Unfortunately this impressive progress has not meant an end to the dangers of corrupt practices. This report ranks the world’s largest telecommunications companies based on their disclosure practices in three dimensions: anti-corruption programmes, organisational transparency, and country-by-country reporting.
Correction (9 Dec 2015): Telstra was mistakenly listed as having engaged in the 2015 Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Telecoms consultation. This has been corrected.