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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – REGULATORS BOOST GLOBAL COOPERATION TO FIGHT FRAUD



INTERNATIONAL, regional and national regulators are cooperating more widely as they create strategies and operations to fight fraud that is often conducted on a trans-national basis.

For instance, European Union (EU) police agency Europol has worked with financial intelligence units (FIUs), such as the USA’s FinCEN, and FIU umbrella organisation the Egmont Group to raise concern about business email compromise fraud (BEC).…

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JAPAN NEEDS TO ACT ON BRIBERY URGENTLY, SAYS OECD



Japan must urgently address long-standing concerns over foreign bribery enforcement, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development’s (OECD’s) working group on bribery. The working group findings follow a ‘Phase 4’ assessment under the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials, in which it examines an individual country assessing detection, enforcement, corporate liability, and international cooperation, plus unresolved issues from earlier reports. …

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TOBACCO COMPANIES BID TO REDUCE THEIR CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT



EVERY manufacturing and agricultural industry has an impact on climate change – and the tobacco sector is no different. Faced with long-standing criticism of the health impact of its products, the tobacco industry is now facing attacks that its work generates carbon emissions and hence climate change.…

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WOLLASTONITE OFFERS GREAT POTENTIAL AS BASE FOR DEVELOPING CARBON EMISSIONS REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY



WOLLASTONITE has been described by a Canadian producer as “a white mineral for a greener world,” and it seems governments, businesses and industries agree – with wollastonite is set to see increased market growth in its traditional uses plus a new focus on its powerful qualities to help tackle climate change.…

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WOLLASTONITE OFFERS GREAT POTENTIAL AS BASE FOR DEVELOPING CARBON EMISSIONS REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY



WOLLASTONITE has been described by a Canadian producer as “a white mineral for a greener world,” and it seems governments, businesses and industries agree – with wollastonite is set to see increased market growth in its traditional uses plus a new focus on its powerful qualities to help tackle climate change.…

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JAPAN CLOTHING BRANDS’ PAST SOURCING DIVERSIFICATION HAS PROTECTED THEM FROM US-CHINA TRADE WAR



JAPAN clothing brands have protected themselves in advance against exposure from the US-China trade war by decreasing their reliance on China-based manufacturing outposts in recent years. This sourcing diversification has occurred initially because of rising costs in China.

According to the Japan Apparel Fashion Industry Council (JAFIC), this movement away from Japan means the impact on Japanese textile and apparel companies from US tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on China-made exports would be “slight”.…

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NEW BJP GOVERNMENT EXPECTED TO REVIEW INDIA’S MINIMUM WAGE



India’s new Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government, that took office on May 30 following its April and May election victory, is planning to increase the country’s minimum wage rates, which could damage the current cost advantages enjoyed of Indian apparel exporters, warned an industry body.…

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JAPAN DATA SHOWS HOW MEAT DEMAND CONTINUES TO OUTSTRIP DOMESTIC SUPPLY



Japan’s meat producers are struggling to meet growing demand amidst falling production, new data has underlined, prompting rising imports, concerns on food security and government action to support cattle farming.

Consumption of beef, pork, chicken and lamb has been long on the rise, reaching 89.7g per person per day in the fiscal year to March 2018.…

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ANTI-FRAUD AWARENESS AND TRAINING IS A LYNCHPIN OF CORPORATE POLICIES FIGHTING GRAFT AND FINANCIAL SCAMS



ANTI-fraud experts understand that managers always need to be aware of the potential for their organisations to lose money to fraud and corruption. But the fact that the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/acfepublic/2018-report-to-the-nations.pdf

estimates an average 5% of public and private revenues are lost to fraud indicates that more awareness is needed.…

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JAPAN DATA SHOWS HOW MEAT DEMAND CONTINUES TO OUTSTRIP DOMESTIC SUPPLY



Japan’s meat producers are struggling to meet growing demand amidst falling production, new data has underlined, prompting rising imports, concerns on food security and government action to support cattle farming.

Consumption of beef, pork, chicken and lamb has been long on the rise, reaching 89.7g per person per day in the fiscal year to March 2018.…

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