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ethiXbase is committed to stamping out corruption and increasing transparency across the globe and for this reason we created the Ethical Alliance, a global community of companies and individuals dedicated to anti-corruption compliance, corporate transparency and ethical business dealings.

The Ethical Alliance Daily News delivers our members a daily digest of latest news and alerts related to bribery and corruption from around the world.

We believe that our corporate compliance news database performs an important function in that it promotes awareness of current trends in corporate crimes and prompts businesses to look more closely at their own supply chains and practices.

The ultimate goal of the Ethical Alliance is to minimise corruption by achieving greater transparency and awareness.



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Australia: Charity World Vision in allegations of corruption and nepotism

(PHOTO: THE AGE) One of Australia’s biggest charities, World Vision, is implicated in a multimillion-dollar corruption scandal that involves AFL stars, a free Bali holiday, …

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Japan: Probe panel on Kansai Elec’s graft scandal to report findings on March 14

An independent committee investigating a graft scandal at Kansai Electric Power Co, Japan’s second-largest utility, will release its findings on March 14, a representative of …

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Ecuador: Ecuador prosecutor demands jail for ex-leader Correa in bribe case

(Photo: AFP) Ecuador’s attorney general Diana Salazar Thursday called for a seven-year jail term for former president Rafael Correa who is on trial in absentia …

A sign is seen outside the headquarters of Glencore International Plc in Baar, Switzerland, on Monday, March 19, 2012. Glencore International Plc Chief Executive Officer Ivan Glasenberg  said its 22.1 billion-pound ($35 billion) all-share offer for Xstrata  Plc is a ''fair price,'' rebuffing calls from some investors to raise it. Photographer: Gianluca Colla/Bloomberg via Getty Images

United Kingdom: Glencore finds facts that ‘may be relevant’ to corruption probes

Glencore has identified facts that “may be relevant” to the probes facing the company and shared them with regulators, according to the company’s auditor Deloitte. The Swiss-based miner and commodity trader is being investigated for suspected corruption and bribery by agencies in the UK, US and Brazil…

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Finland: Nokia says Alcatel compliance review ongoing, risks limited

Nokia is continuing its own investigation, and cooperating with the authorities, over compliance issues at its Alcatel-Lucent business, the Finnish firm said in its annual report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The telecoms network equipment maker flagged the investigation a year ago in its 2018 annual report…

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United States: Insurance magnate Greg Lindberg convicted of attempted bribery

A major political donor was convicted Thursday of trying to bribe a North Carolina insurance regulator with millions of dollars in campaign funds in hopes of reducing scrutiny of his insurance business. A federal jury found insurance magnate Greg Lindberg guilty on Thursday of conspiracy to commit honest…

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