Better on anti-bribery

Transparency International said Canada has joined Australia and Austria as "the most improved enforcers" of anti-bribery amongst developing countries, Postmedia News reported. The watchdog organization said that with 34 ongoing investigations, Canada's increasing anti-bribery enforcement is part of a growing global trend among 37 signatory countries to a 1997 anti-corruption convention.

Published: Wednesday, 09/12/2012 12:00 am EDT

Transparency International said Canada has joined Australia and Austria as "the most improved enforcers" of anti-bribery amongst developing countries, Postmedia News reported. The watchdog organization said that with 34 ongoing investigations, Canada's increasing anti-bribery enforcement is part of a growing global trend among 37 signatory countries to a 1997 anti-corruption convention. A Canadian transparency International representative said many of the investigations are into Canadian companies operating in the Asia-Pacific region.

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