Like the miasma of foul air and failed policies that choked New Delhi and closed schools last week, the Indian government’s sudden declaration that more than 80 percent of its circulating currency is invalid left many across the country stung and choked.
Sometimes your supply chain will deliver an old-fashioned, pre-database, non-FCPA related integrity issue: the old bait and switch.
Target Corporation has severed business ties with Indian textile manufacturer Welspun India (NSE:WELSPUNIND) after it accused the company of substituting cheaper cotton for higher quality Egyptian cotton.… Continue Reading
Many executives in India would agree that high-level political corruption in India has decreased significantly during the first two years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s regime, a welcome development by any measure.… Continue Reading
A famous Bollywood actor. His daughter in law, a former Miss World.… Continue Reading
The Indian Supreme Court has expanded the definition of public servant in a decision that has implications for not only the banking system but potentially the country’s broader struggle against corruption.… Continue Reading
Regime changes are always delicate moments in countries facing corruption problems.… Continue Reading
Indian general election results will be announced May 16 and are likely to have far-reaching implications for the course of the Indian economy.… Continue Reading
India’s novice anti-corruption party has flamed out just 49 days after assuming control of administering the nation’s capital city-state.… Continue Reading
It took more than 45 years, numerous revisions and a sound thumping for a storied political party, but the Indian parliament finally has passed a law authorizing creation of a new agency that may help address entrenched graft by public officials.… Continue Reading