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Ways of eliminating corruption on international engineering projects

ICE news

The Anti Corruption Forum met senior government officials last month to develop ways of eliminating corruption on international engineering projects.

The workshop decided to produce a leaflet, endorsed by government, giving UK fi rms guidance on how to operate internationally without having to pay bribes.

The Forum is jointly led by the ICE, British Consultants & Construction Bureau, the Association for Consultancy & Engineering, and anti-corruption lobby group Transparency International.

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