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A New Era in Global Anti-Corruption: Governments Get Serious about Enforcement
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    April 2010

After two decades of lax enforcement and half-hearted commitment, global anti-corruption efforts appear poised to intensify. But achieving the goal shared by both policymakers and international businesspeople to eradicate at least the most blatant forms of public corruption will require a more concerted and integrated approach–not only within companies and governments but across industries and borders.

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