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Raising the Bar for Corporate Transparency in Ukraine

Trying to measure corruption is a bit like observing adultery. These are not my words, but I think they are exactly to the point. Indeed, those who indulge in corruption are unlikely to admit it. So…

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A Lesson From the Nasirov’s Case And When We Will Have an Anti-corruption Court

The last two days Ukraine has watched the progress of the Nasirov’s case. Delays of trials by all ways, known to lawyers of the former Head of the State Fiscal Service, have further demonstrated the inabilities…

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Anti-Corruption Efforts are the Starting Point for Further Reforms

Author: Dmytro Yakumchuk, project manager and analyst at Transparency International Ukraine, co-author of TI Ukraine’s 2016 research “Transparency in Corporate Reporting in Ukraine: Private and State-Owned Enterprises” The fight against corruption is one of the key reforms…

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