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People see corruption getting worse but are ready to get involved, says biggest Transparency International global public opinion survey
People see corruption getting worse but are ready to get involved, says biggest Transparency International global public opinion survey North Americans and Europeans see biggest rise Berlin, 9 December 2010 – Corruption has increased over the last three years, say six out of 10 people around the world, and one in four people report paying bribes in the last year. These are the findings of the 2010 Global Corruption Barometer, a worldwide public opinion survey on corruption, released today, International Anti-Corruption Day, by Transparency International (TI)...

Kazakhstan's presentation in GRECO
 /March 26, Strasbourg. At the plenary session of the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO), Kairat Kozhamzharov, Chairman of the Agency of Kazakhstan on Fight against economic and corruption crimes had presented the experience of Kazakhstan in fighting corruption. In his report the Chairman gave a description of legislative and institutional anti-corruption reforms implemented during this time...
News Release: Revenue Watch Index
First Ranking of Government Openness in Oil, Gas and Mining Management Brazil, Norway rated highest; United States 11th; Turkmenistan last WASHINGTON, D.C. / October 6, 2010 – A pioneering new measurement of government public disclosure in managing oil, gas and minerals ranks Brazil and Norway highest among 41 countries for making public detailed information about these key resources, the Revenue Watch Institute (RWI) and Transparency International (TI) announced today. Russia, Mexico and Chile ranked third through fifth, respectively...

Response to global crises must priorities zero Tolerance for corruption
  All materials and information are embargoed to 26 October 2010 at 10.00 CET Berlin, 26 October 2010 -- With governments committing huge sums to tackle the world’s most pressing problems, from the instability of financial markets to climate change and poverty, corruption remains an obstacle to achieving much needed progress, according to Transparency International’s 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), a measure of domestic, public sector corruption released today...
      Criminal, fall guy or hapless bystander? THE Olympic flame started its contentious world tour peacefully enough, in Almaty, Kazakhstan's biggest city, on April 2nd. But that day was notable for more than the sight of President Nursultan Nazarbayev and other dignitaries waggling the torch aloft. The same day it became known that a senior official had been arrested by the financial police...

Appeal of Kazakhstani and American NGOs to the World Bank
Last week several Kazakhstani and American NGOs sent an appeal to the World Bank’s Department of Institutional Integrity. The appeal addressed the fact that the US government found the company Baker Hughes guilty of bribing Kazakhstani bureaucrats in order to secure a profitable contract to participate in the development of the Karachaganak Oil and Gas Condensate Field. On June 15, 2007, the World Bank’s Department of Institutional Integrity confirmed receipt of the appeal and stated it would investigate the claims...
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: Counteraction corruption: International mechanisms and tools
  24-25 June 2010, in Astana, Kazakhstan, the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Fighting Economic and Corruption Crime (Financial Police) joint with the OSCE Center in Astana, United Nations Development Program, European Commission and Transparency Kazakhstan planning to hold International Anticorruption Conference. The theme of the Conference - “Counteraction corruption: International mechanisms and tools”...

CPI 2009: Regional Highlights
  Corruption Perceptions Index 2009 South Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia 20 Countries/Territories included: 20 The 2009 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) demonstrates that corruption remains a serious challenge for the entire region. All of the countries included register scores below 5 (out of 10) indicating that they face serious perceived levels of domestic, public-sector corruption. In South Eastern Europe, the importance of prospective European Union membership cannot be overestimated as the main driver to spur anti-corruption efforts...
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