A dozen private-practice lawyers in Tokyo, including partners from the top firms, are helping Japanese companies comply with anti-bribery laws by publishing guidance and working with foreign enforcement agencies on behalf of the companies.… Continue Reading
Rudi Rubiandini, the former head of Indonesia’s upstream oil and gas regulator SKKMigas, was sentenced to seven years in jail Tuesday for taking more than $1.5 million in bribes.
Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Tuesday named the director of the Home Affairs Ministry as a suspect in an investigation into corruption in the nation’s e-KTP (electronic identity) card program.
The Home Affairs director Sugiharto (Indonesians often use just one name) was in charge of the 2011-2012 tender for the nationwide identity card system.… Continue Reading
Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has received the 2013 Ramon Magsaysay Award (known as Asia’s Nobel Prize) for its amazing strides against graft.
Here’s part of what the Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation said about the KPK:
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Indonesia is embarked on one of the world’s most admired campaigns against corruption.
An official of the Singapore-based energy trading firm accused of bribing one of Indonesia’s top oil and gas regulators wants to name other companies involved in the graft.
Simon Gunawan Tanjaya, head of Kernel Oil’s Indonesia unit, was arrested after he allegedly delivered $700,000 in two payments to the chief of SKKMigas, Rudi Rubiandini.… Continue Reading