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G20 to intensify fight against corruption

Jaclyn Jaeger | July 10, 2017

Leaders of the G20 have committed to make their public administrations more resilient against corruption, ensuring that both companies and individual perpetrators are held to account.

The G20 met in Hamburg, Germany on 7-8 July to address major global economic challenges. “We remain committed to fighting corruption, including through practical international cooperation and technical assistance, and will continue to fully implement the G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan 2017-18,” the G20 stated in a joint declaration issued after the end of the two-day summit.

During that meeting, the G20 said it was taking “concrete actions to advance the three aims of building resilience, improving sustainability, and assuming responsibility.”

In its joint declaration, G20 leaders said they endorse the following four sets of ‘High Level Principles’ aimed at fostering integrity in the public and private... To get the full story, subscribe now.