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Entries in Indonesia (128)


Singapore private bankers and clients sweat loss of secrecy

Singapore will start automatically sharing information with foreign tax authorities from 2018 to comply with a 51-country agreement to fight tax evasion.

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Police: Former top Goa official ‘blackmailed’ Louis Berger

Former Goa chief minister Digambar Kamat (Image courtesy of sources in India said the former chief minister of the India state of Goa allegedly "blackmailed" Louis Berger International by refusing to approve work permits and invoices until the company paid bribes.

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Australia lifts ‘worst-ever’ gag order in banknote bribe case

Victoria's Supreme Court revoked a year-old suppression order that had prevented publication of any information about alleged overseas bribes the Reserve Bank of Australia paid to win banknote printing contracts in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

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Louis Berger pays $17 million to resolve FCPA offenses, two former execs plead guilty

Louis Berger International Inc., a New Jersey-based construction management company, admitted violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and agreed to pay a $17.1 million criminal penalty.

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Former Alstom ethics and compliance chief charged in UK for overseas bribes

Budapest Metro (Image courtesy of Alstom)The UK Serious Fraud Office said Tuesday that it charged another former Alstom executive for bribing foreign officials.

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Japan to Vietnam: Give back our bribe money

Japan suspended aid for a $41 million railway project in Hanoi until Vietnam returns $782,000 in bribe money a Japanese contractor gave officials at Vietnam's state railway company.

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Indonesia: In showdown with police, the KPK blinks

The leaders of Indonesia's independent anti-corruption agency decided Monday not to prosecute a former nominee to lead the national police.

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Jakarta deathmatch: President steps between police and anti-graft agency

Indonesian President Joko Widodo nominated a new candidate to lead the national police Wednesday, a month after the country's independent anti-graft agency accused his original choice of graft.

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Rolls Royce accused in Petrobras bribe case

Image courtesy of Rolls RoyceUK-based Rolls Royce has been accused of bribing an employee of Brazil's state-controlled oil company to win a $100 million contract to provide gas turbines for oil platforms.

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Indonesia police launch counter attack on anti-graft agency

KPK Commissioner Bambang Widjojanto after his release from police custody SaturdayThe deputy chairman of Indonesia's trusted independent Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) was arrested Friday morning when he brought his son to school in West Java.

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