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Curbing corruption in public procurement in Asia and the Pacific: progress and challenges in 25 countries

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    ADB/OECD Anti-Corruption Initiative for Asia and the Pacific - Personal Name

    Corruption in public procurement has become a major issue in the Asia-Pasific region as elsewhere in the world. As a result of corruption, private mansions are being built instead of bridges; swimming pools are dug instead of irrigation systems; funds destined to run hospitals and buy medicines find their way into the pockets of corrupt officials; economic growth is held back; and public trust in government is undermined. Governments in Asia and the pasific have recognized the urgent need to fight corruption in public procurement. To identify risk-areas in their public procurement frameworks and to foster reform in this field, member governments of the ADB/OECD Anti-Corruption Initiative for Asia and the Pasific have reviewed the mechanisms and safeguards in place.


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    07021456 KK ADB c(1) Perpustakaan Merah Putih Tersedia


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    NO PANGGILAN :
    KK ADB c
    PENERBIT :
    ADB/OECD : Manila, 2006
    RINCIAN :
    xii, 111 hlm.; 23 cm.
    BAHASA :
    English
    ISBN / ISSN :
    9715616151
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