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Case brought by Ciaran McClean alleges Westminster pact breaches both Good Friday agreement and Bribery Act
Detectives have issued a witness appeal to find a man who has failed to attend court to stand trial over allegations of bribery.
This follows an SFO investigation into corrupt payments made to an agent of the Angolan state oil company, Sonangol, in relation to F.H Bertling’s freight forwarding business
Senior officials from across Africa praised a training workshop last month aimed at helping heads of anti-corruption authorities better manage law enforcement agencies.
EY’s 2017 EMEIA Fraud Survey found that 26% of the 118 respondents from the real estate industry believe it to be justifiable to offer cash payments to win or retain business, while 22% are willing to book revenues early to meet financial targets
CEO calls for the support of the company’s 130,000 staff and warned of “turbulent and confusing times” amid French and UK fraud and corruption investigations that could lead to large corporate penalties.
The European Commission has fined Scania €881 million after concluding that it broke EU antitrust rules.
The world’s largest mining company launches two new projects to tackle corruption and improve transparency across the industry, issuing a call for greater accountability to “build trust” around the globe.
UK competition policy can remain the same after the country leaves the EU, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has said.
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