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Anti-graft talks

Anti-graft talks

The third annual regional conference combating corruption will begin in Tokyo

November 28. It is likely to adopt a regional anti-graft action plan. Organizers

ADB, the OECD and the Japanese government said adopting the plan, drafted by

regional experts earlier this year, would be a significant commitment. Chea

Vannath, director of the Center for Social Development, and Sum Manit, head of

the govern-ment's anti-corruption body, will attend.

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