This quarterly review explores the impact of global anti-corruption developments on Asia Pacific and offers practical insights in response to topical issues.
September 09, 2014
Individuals with illicit funds to launder or terrorist activities to finance can, with the latest technology, transfer high volumes of money around the globe almost
In the wake of haze pollution caused by forest fires, the Singapore government has tabled the Trans-boundary Haze Act, an extra-territorial legislation which seeks t
Corruption has long been a problem for Thailand. According to Transparency International Index, it has slipped from 80th in the Corruption Perceptions Index in 2011
Since the lifting of travel and financial sanctions in 2012 by Australia, the EU, Norway, Canada and the United States, Myanmar is often viewed as Asia’s prime emerg
The widespread introduction of legislation protecting the actions of ‘whistleblowers’, and increased public expectations of global corporate accountability, mean tha
September 04, 2014
Twelve automotive component suppliers sanctioned in China for price fixing
China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) has issued new regulations on the administration of security provided in cross-border banking transactions.
August 28, 2014
On August 27 2014, China announced a pilot programme allowing foreign investors to establish wholly foreign-owned hospitals in seven cities and provinces across Chin
Welcome to the ninth issue of Competition World, a quarterly survey of key antitrust and competition law developments around the world produced by the global legal
August 11, 2014
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