HALF OF WORLD EXPORTS SOLD BY COUNTRIES BACKING OECD ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

BY KEITH NUTHALL THE WORLD'S developed countries are enthusiastically or moderately implementing the Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development's (OECD) anti-bribery convention, so that 52.3% of world exports are sold by countries opposing graft. So says the latest Transparency International report that says the leading established economic players are now leading by example: with the USA, Germany, Britain, Italy, Switzerland, Norway and Denmark all praised for actively implementing the convention. The US is most active, with 275 foreign bribery ...


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