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Anti-corruption unit seeks to educate private sector

Cambodia’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) held a meeting with a handful of Cambodia’s largest companies and business industry representatives yesterday.

The purpose of th meeting was to seek the business community’s input into a guide book on an anti-corruption program designed for the private sector in Cambodia.

The ACU hopes that the guidelines drawn up will serve to better educate businesses on the pitfalls of corruption in the private and public sectors, and encourage a cleaner investment environment for businesses.

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