April 7th, 2014SBM Offshore NV, the Dutch oil-platform leasing company, said on Wednesday an internal investigation found "some evidence" sales agents in Angola and Equatorial Guinea made improper payments to government officials.
March 19th, 2014Some central government officials have begun to report details of property ownership to be included into a unified system of real estate registration, the Beijing-based 21st Century Business Herald reported Tuesday.
March 17th, 2014The prosecution said Thursday that it would resume its investigation into a stock-rigging scandal involving a diamond mine as soon as a key suspect returns after fleeing overseas for two years.
March 3rd, 2014The National Assembly passed a bill Friday that will enforce stricter investigations of corruption committed by high-ranking government officials, including a sitting president’s family members and relatives.
February 21st, 2014Bulk currency counters, provided by the United States to help Afghanistan stop cash smuggling estimated last year at $4.5 billion, sit idly in a room in the Kabul airport. Not far away, an airport lounge that allowed departing VIPs to bypass security and customs screenings had been expanded. The new area was designation for those the...
February 17th, 2014House of Representatives Speaker Marzuki Alie has called on President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who is also chairman of the ruling Democratic Party, to use his executive power to stop the prosecution of numerous graft cases implicating the party’s politicians.
February 17th, 2014A majority of the voice samples tested in the bribery case against 36 Nehru Nagar policemen have been found to match the sting recordings which is a big step towards prosecuting the cops.
February 14th, 2014C. Ray Nagin, a former corporate executive who became mayor in 2002 pledging to modernize city government and instead became an emblem of government dysfunction in the months and years after Hurricane Katrina, was found guilty in federal court on Wednesday on 20 counts of bribery and fraud.
February 14th, 2014Harvard has put a large portion of its controversial forest holdings in Romania up for sale, according to documents filed in the country at the end of January. The documents advertising the sale were posted in Romanian provinces two days after Dragos Lipan Secu, a former contractor for a University subsidiary, was arrested on charges of...