Emerging markets, pathetic transparency – new report

The results from the new report “Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing Emerging Market Multinationals” show that emerging market multinationals still have a long way to go until they can call...
Transparency International Hungary

How transparent are the world’s biggest emerging market companies? New report 11 July 2016

Transparency International, the global anti-corruption group, will examine transparency levels of emerging market companies in a new study to be released on Monday, 11 July 2016. Now in its second ed...
Transparency International Hungary

Transparency International condemns prosecution and sentencing of LuxLeaks whistleblowers

Transparency International condemns the prosecution and sentencing of Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, the two whistleblowers who revealed secret tax rulings between the Luxembourg authorities and m...

Two hours lively discussion with Public Authority Board for prevention against corruption in Haskovo

Two hours lively discussion was held in Haskovo with the participation of the Public Authority Board for prevention against corruption and TI-Bulgaria. The reason about the discussion were the results...

Transparency International lays out plan for genuine global cooperation to make the UK Anti-Corruption Summit a succes

Berlin, 9 May 2016 – Transparency International today warned that without real global cooperation and a deep sense of urgency on the need to fight corruption, the UK Anti- Corruption Summit will be ju...
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