B20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Report to the B20 Office and Taskforce Chairs
The B20 leads engagement with G20 governments on behalf of the international business community. In 2014, the B20 focused on developing a set of clear, actionable recommendations that drive global economic growth and create jobs.
In this report, the B20 Anti-Corruption Working Group examined corruption risk issues across the four B20 taskforces:
- financing growth
- infrastructure & investment
- human capital.
The recommendations provided address each of the taskforce areas of focus, and has also put forward separate overall recommendations that cut across each of the taskforces and impact the global economy as a whole.
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