Singapore: CPIB launches e-book to educate teenagers on corruption and its pitfalls

Football match fixing. “Coffee money” for advance notice of site inspections. Kickbacks for orders placed with a supplier.

Many people are heedless of the corruption that exists in squeaky clean Singapore.

Such a lack of awareness among the young, especially, has prompted Singapore’s graft busters to produce an electronic book, to make them aware of graft and its pitfalls.

The e-book is catered specifically to those aged between 13 and 19. Corruption Casebook – Stories From Under The Table is available for download on the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau’s (CPIB) website.

The original full article can be found at straitstimes.com

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