Here today and gone tomorrow? Integrity and anti-corruption in the private sector post covid-19
Governments are already contemplating life after lockdown and are keen to permit as many businesses as possible to resume operations, ramp up global trade once more, and to galvanise their economies as best they can - even as forecasts about global recession get bleaker by the day.
As economic activity resumes, what will be the effects of the pandemic on the health and well-being of corporate integrity standards and anti-corruption compliance? What support will companies need or want in the post-covid economic reality?
In this special analysis, Gemma Aiolfi offers her reflections on compliance in the post-covid world.
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