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Exporting Corruption Report 2015

20 major exporting countries violate international law obligations

20 August 2015 Transparency International released it's annual Exporting Corruption report monitoring enforcement of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. Links: TI media release, the complete report.

New Zealand

New Zealand with 0.2% of global exports is credited with limited enforcement. The New Zealand country report is available online.

For New Zealand it is noted that expected passage of the Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Bill is a positive step.

New Zealand Authors:

  • Daniel Joseph King, Transparency International New Zealand
  • Fiona Tregonning, Transparency International New Zealand, Senior Associate, Bell Gully


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