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Canada among 'most improved' in anti-bribery enforcement: report
by Peter O'Neil
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5 September 2012
On 5 September 2012 Postmedia News reported:
Canada, long a laggard in the global effort to crack down on companies engaging in corrupt activities in the developing world, has recorded one of the biggest gains in enforcement activity among developed countries, according to a new report. 'With 34 ongoing investigations, Canada joins Australia and Austria as the most improved enforcers,' the Berlin-based graft watchdog Transparency International said in its annual report. Transparency International said Canada's improved performance is part of a broader trend among 37 signatories to a 1997 anti-corruption convention sponsored by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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