Advances in technology are helping the fight against corruption, by prompting governments and the private sector to improve transparency.
The Global Port Integrity Index will provide an overview and comparison of illicit demands in ports around the world.
U.S. authorities seized 33,000 pounds of cocaine from a MSC ship at Philadelphia Port's Packer Marine Terminal, worth more than US$1 billion on the street.
The G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group, which works with governments on their anti-corruption measures, has the potential to be a very important partner in the fight for a more just world.
The global trade of counterfeit drugs poses a major challenge for governments around the world. INTERPOL is working closely with other law enforcement agencies in creating greater awareness, increasing arrest, seizure and prosecution of all criminals. By Lee...
UNCTAD is helping developing countries implement the reforms needed to make trade easier and prosperity more inclusive.
Without transparency, goods crossing borders are prone to corruption, and subject to redundant and lengthy clearance processes.
A former senior procurement officer with Keppel Shipyard in Singapore pocketed more than S$740,000 in kickbacks over a 14-year period. He was sentenced to one year and nine months’ jail.
Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative indicates that there is a growing movement stepping up pressure on shipowners to disclose their approaches to ship recycling.
The International Maritime Organisation showed massive support agreeing to include maritime corruption as a regular work item on its agenda.