The White House announces new strategy to combat global corruption
On 6 December 2021, the U.S. White House released the first United States Strategy on Countering Corruption that sets the new administration’s goals to tackle international corruption. Much of the strategy remains currently aspirational and requires additional legislative and regulatory action to implement. Still, it signals the direction the Biden administration is looking to steer the resources of the federal government with respect to combating global corruption. The financial industry will be especially implicated in the foreseen measures. In a new article published at the The Anticorruption Blog, Dimitar Georgiev summarises the background and some of the Strategy’s key points and initiatives.
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