Australia will ramp up anti-bribery and corruption enforcement after OECD criticism

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6 December 2012 | Annette Hughes

Efforts to detect and prosecute bribery and corruption will soon be more resourced, coordinated and focused. Anti-bribery and corruption measures will be improved and used. Companies must be aware of the likely impending changes and get ready.

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