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Myanmar accepts public complaint on corruption

Myanmar accepts public complaint on corruption

The Ministry of the State Counselor's Office of Myanmar announced on November 2 the acceptance of people's complaint on cases of bribery and corruption in an effort to promote economic development.

Anti-corruption initiatives to be scaled up

Ten initiatives in corruption prevention and control were introduced to be scaled up during a conference held by the Government Inspectorate in Ho Chi Minh City on July 16, including a model of “Saying no to bribery in healthcare sector.”

6 railway officials face charges for Japan ODA project-related bribery

6 railway officials face charges for Japan ODA project-related bribery

Vietnamese police on June 4 recommended charges against six officials working for the state-owned railway operator for allegedly taking a 69.9 million yen (US$562,000) bribe from a Japanese company while working on an official development assistance-funded railroad project in Hanoi in 2009.

US firm admits to bribery of VN government officials

US firm admits to bribery of VN government officials

(VOV) -The Health Minister on November 5 called for an immediate investigation into the bribery of government officials by employees of Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc in connection with sales in Vietnam.

Workshop finetunes anti-bribery regulations in Penal Code

The Party Central Committee’s Commission for Internal Affairs organised a workshop in Hanoi on October 29 with a view to perfecting anti-bribery regulations in the 1999 Penal Code with support from the United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam.

Footballers detained for match-fixing claims

Footballers detained for match-fixing claims

Six players of the V-League’s Dong Nai FC will soon be prosecuted for match-fixing, major general Ho Sy Tien, head of the Police Department for Investigation of Social Order-related Crimes, said on July 21.

Japan resumes ODA to Vietnam

Japan resumes ODA to Vietnam

(VOV) - The Japanese government has resumed official development assistance (ODA) to Vietnam after a brief suspension over a graft scandal involving the Japan Transportation Consultants Inc. (JTC).

PM to make ASIAD decision next week

PM to make ASIAD decision next week

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has asked the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to submit a report as a reference to make a decision whether to go ahead with a plan to host the 18th Asian Games (ASIAD 18), said Minister-Chairman of the Government Office Nguyen Van Nen.

Japan requests strict punishment in JTC scandal

Japan requests strict punishment in JTC scandal

(VOV) - The Japanese side is currently launching its investigation into the bribery allegations and the investigative results will be released after getting government permit.

Joint Committee to clarify Japan’s alleged bribery

Joint Committee to clarify Japan’s alleged bribery

(VOV) - The first meeting of Joint Vietnam-Japan Committee will be held in Hanoi on April 3 in a bid to clarify issues related to bribery allegations against Japanese railway consultancy firm JTC.