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Transparency
The head of Argentina's national anti-corruption office tells AQ what the country needs to further combat corruption.
The crusading anti-corruption lawyer tells AQ what Peru needs to further combat corruption.
Government officials suggest that corruption hasn't gotten worse, just easier to spot. Here's why they're wrong.
Ignoring corruption would be akin to treason.
El imperio de la ley es esencial en un estado libre- pero en gran parte de la región, los que hacen funcionar al sistema judicial viven bajo amenazas.
Building transparency and accountability isn't easy.

If Colombia’s EITI candidacy is successful, it would become only the second country in South America—and the fourth in Latin America—to join the initiative.

A weak tax regime and a lack of transparency could cost Colombians more money than mining and hydrocarbon projects generate.

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