Corruption Roundup

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This morning I published an interview with Jean Pesme from the World Bank's anti-corruption program StAR. Here's a look at what else happened on Anti-Corruption Day:

Thousands marched against corruption in Indonesia. Plus, bloggers from the Huffington Post think there's more to come.

The World Economic Forum has published its Global Agenda Council on Corruption.

Transparency International asks, "What does Anti-corruption stand for"?

The OECD held a roundtable discussion on "Foreign Bribery: Who Pays the Price".

A look into what Switzerland is doing to fight corrupt money.

Ban Ki-moon argues, "Corruption is not some vast impersonal force. It is the result of personal decisions, most often motivated by greed."

(h/t Transparency International Twitter)

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