Corruption

Jeder zehnte Arzt ließ sich für Medikamentenstudien bezahlen

Pharmaceutical companies have paid millions of euros to doctors in Germany last year to participate in drug trials. A far-reaching accusation is that this is ultimately an unacceptable donation to doctors and thus corruption.
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Chinesischer Zulieferer besticht Telekom-Mitarbeiter

An employee of a telecom subsidiary has sold business secrets to the Chinese supplier ZTE. Now the public prosecutor's office in the case - but the suspects are gone.
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Korruptionsexperten ermitteln gegen Airbus

Airbus may have also boosted the sale of aircraft by means of fraud, bribery and corruption. This suspicion is now being investigated by the British law enforcement agency for Serious Fraud Office SFO (Serious Fraud Office).

FIFA seeking life ban for Platini, say his lawyers

Michel Platini, who hopes to become head of world soccer's governing body fifa, could face a life ban from the sport over a payment he received from fifa head Sepp Blatter, a spokesman for the Frenchman's lawyer told Reuters on Tuesday.
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Athletes storm Kenyan athletics federation office in protest over doping

Kenya, boasting some of the world's finest middle and long-distance runners, has in recent years been rocked by a spate of failed drug tests and the country's athletics federation has drawn criticism for not doing enough to tackle doping. Allegations of Corruption among AK chiefs tied to a Nike sponsorship deal, combined with Russia's recent ban from global athletics, have stirred fears that the East African nation could be banned from international track and field.
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Closing arguments set in corruption trial of powerful N.Y. politician

A federal jury considering whether to convict Sheldon Silver, one of New York's most powerful politicians for two decades, is scheduled to hear closing arguments in his public Corruption trial on Monday.
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Speech: Francis Maude: Open data and government transparency speech in São Paulo

Speech by Minister for Trade and Investment Lord Maude at an event with the São Paulo state government, São Paulo, Brazil 17 November 2015.
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Spain could clean up its act quickly, says rising party Ciudadanos

Spain's prospects could be turned around with a "big bang" at the start of a new parliament, zeroing in on ending Corruption, overhauling education and creating jobs, the Ciudadanos party said as it campaigned ahead of December's vote.
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Pressure mounts on Brazilian Congress to impeach president

Opposition activists handcuffed themselves to a pillar in Brazil's Congress on Wednesday seeking the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff for mismanaging a once-booming economy and undermining confidence in the country.
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Guatemala's Perez says Biden forced him to accept anti-corruption purge

Guatemala's jailed former president, Otto Perez, says he regrets bowing to U.S. pressure to extend the work of an anti-Corruption unit that then toppled him from power and that it was U.S. Vice President Joe Biden who forced his hand.
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