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Transparency International (TI) released the new report ‘Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing Emerging Market Multinationals’.

PRESS STATEMENT, 17 December 2013, Kuala Lumpur -  On 17 October 2013 Transparency International (TI) released the new report ‘Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing Emerging Market Multinationals’. The report details the findings of a survey performed in early 2013, when Transparency International conducted research into the public reporting practices of 100 emerging markets companies using the list of Global Challengers 2011 identified

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Corruption threatens peacekeeping success

PRESS STATEMENT, 9 October 2013, Kuala Lumpur - New report calls on the UN to recognise the threat corruption poses in peacekeeping and conflict and suggests framework for reform. Transparency International’s and Security Programme warns that failing to take account of the threat from corruption during peacekeeping operations puts the long-term success of international interventions at risk. Corruption has become a mission-critical issue in many

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TI-M lauds PEMANDU’s call for enforcement agencies to emulate PDRM’s Integrity Initiatives.

PRESS STATEMENT, 17 July 2014, Kuala Lumpur - Transparency International-Malaysia (TI-M) lauds PEMANDU’s call for selected enforcement agencies to emulate Polis Di-Raja Malaysia (PDRM) / police force’s integrity initiatives whereby good ethics is a key thrust in performance evaluation and promotion. TI-M extends its hands to PEMANDU to work together to raise awareness and advocate integrity and corruption-free enforcement agencies in Malaysia.

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TI Malaysia Calls for Civil Society Engagement in the UNCAC Review Process

On 24–27 February, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the UNCAC Coalition organised a regional workshop on the UNCAC review mechanism. It was held in Kuala Lumpur and coincided with the release of Malaysia’s first country review report. The four days provided a unique opportunity for civil society organisations (CSOs) and government anti-corruption agencies in the Asia Pacific region to clarify key concepts on the UNCAC

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Asia-Pacific Regional Programme Meeting
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TI's Asia Pacific Regional Programme Meeting (RPM) was held in Kathmandu, Nepal from 19-21 May 2014 and it was attended by representatives from each chapter in the region. President Dato' Akhbar Satar and Manager Jessica Sercombe attended as the representatives of TI -M. The RPM objectives were: To explore synergies and shared interests within and between sub-regions in the Asia Pacific region. To bring participants together along knowledge and best

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Business Integrity Programme

Corruption is a great challenge and an obstacle to good business. Corruption adds to the cost of doing business, distorts competition and presents serious legal and reputational risks. In more recent times, the fight against corruption has gained momentum nationally and internationally, with many countries tightening or introducing new anti-bribery laws. Recognising the need to improve accountability, transparency and governance, Transparency International

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Malaysian Forestry Sector Fact Sheet

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new publication “Malaysian Forestry Sector Fact Sheet”! This publication will give you a glimpse on the fact sheet on the forestry sector in Malaysia. Enjoy the reading! Please download from here: Malaysian-Forestry-Sector-Fact-Sheet By FGI Team

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TI launches “Unmask the Corrupt” campaign in lead up to G20

Transparency International and its partners launch "Unmask the Corrupt" campaign that aims to end the secrecy that aids and abets shifting the proceeds of corruption across borders. The "Unmask the Corrupt" campaign calls for an end to the use of secret companies by corrupt individuals to hide illicit finances from law enforcement authorities. Governments should adopt a new global standard for corporate transparency by establishing public corporate

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G20 leaders: Unmask the corrupt

PRESS STATEMENT, 19 June 2014, Berlin/Melbourne – G20 officials meeting in Australia later this year must make it harder for the corrupt to hide behind secret companies, Transparency International said today as it launched a global campaign to "unmask the corrupt". Today many leading economies do not require or record information about who really owns or controls companies registered in their country, making it easier for corrupt individuals, terrorists

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