Indonesia's judicial system is widely perceived to be marred by corruption. This system has produced some odd results.
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A clash of titans in Indonesia provides a poignant illustration of the potential perils of doing business in emerging markets.
Will Indonesia be the focus of new FCPA enforcement activity?
There was explosive testimony this week during parliamentary hearings into bribery allegations against a unit of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
One of the most glaring, if unremarked, oddities concerning China nowadays is how perceptions of its leaders diverge depending on the observer. In the eyes of the Chinese public, government officials are venal, incompetent, and interested solely in getting lucrative appointments.
The Jakarta Globe said they were arrested by the KPK while receiving $15,000 cash in a parking lot from a defendant in another corruption case. All three are now detained.
The letter to the Jakarta Post said politicians think themselves to be above the law — not only the law of the state but also the law of the divine.
Malaysia's action is part of a larger trend within Asia to centralize anti-corruption data.
Corruption and religious headgear most famously appeared together in the United States on the day when Washington Über-lobbyist Jack Abramoff pleaded guilty.