THE INTERNATIONAL community is expected to make solid progress towards the creation of a United Nations Convention against Corruption, during the ongoing third meeting of the ad hoc committee established to draft the treaty.

This session, which lasts until October 11 will especially focus on corruption within the private sector. A memorandum issued by the UN's Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention said: "The issue poses significant challenges both in properly delineating the conduct that causes concern and needs to be addressed ...

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