A distant dream – Watch this space – Exporting Corruption webinar

Foreign bribery has huge consequences for both payer and recipient. Money lost to foreign bribes triggers unfair competitive advantages and results in fewer public resources for the people who need them most. Exporting Corruption is a biennial report that rates the performance of 44 leading global exporters. It includes 40 countries that are signatories of Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Anti-Bribery Convention. It shows how well – or poorly – countries are enforcing the rules. More than 20 years after this international law was adopted, a corruption-free, level playing field for global trade is still a distant dream.

Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) will host a free webinar in October, for the launch of this year’s Exporting Corruption Report. This will focus on Australasian results, with presentations from Professor John Hopkins, the author of the NZ chapter in the report, and Serena Lilywhite, CEO of Transparency International Australia. We will also receive a global view from Gillian Dell, Head of Conventions Unit, at the International Secretariat of Transparency International in Berlin. There will be time for Q&A.

Attend this webinar if you are interested in combating foreign bribery to enable a fair playing field for international trade. We will keep you informed of the date and the link. CPD certificates will be available to attendees after the event.

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