Transparency International has published its annual Global Corruption Barometer covering more than 100 countries. And it shows that the problem is on the rise in nations across the world.
About two dozen countries accounting for almost half of global exports impose "little or no enforcement" of foreign bribery laws, Transparency International report. The world's top exporter received particular criticism.
Transparency International (TI) has found that a majority of countries in the world can be called corrupt, with a clear link between high levels of corruption and little protection of the media and civil society groups.
Water power is the largest renewable energy source in the world, but some plants are running out of water due to severe droughts. Is climate change jeopardizing the future of hydropower plants?
Managers and politicians behind bars, and record fines: Brazil's judiciary is cleaning house in the Odebrecht scandal. Attorneys general from 15 countries have met for an international anti-corruption summit.
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