Tag Archives: Transparency International – France, Advisory Board

Europe 1 – le Club de la Presse

Pascal Lamy, ex-directeur de l’Organisation mondiale du commerce, il publie « Où va le monde », (ed. Odile Jacob) Il est interrogé par Olivier Duhamel et Soazig Quémener http://www.wat.tv/embedframe/189028chuPP3r13298605http://www.europe1.fr/videos/embed/2980244

Transparency International – Can the rules of international trade help fighting corruption?

Just as domestic trade, international trade offers opportunities for corruption, but is also a victim of corruption. Pascal Lamy explains the potential of rules on corruption in the framework of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and his idea of a specific WTO anti-corruption agreement.

Transparency International – Speech in Athens

The question I want to address this evening from a global perspective is the following: how is Greece doing in the combat against bribery? “Better but still a very long way to go” would be my short answer. Greece ranks n° 69 among countries in the last CPI, as compared to  80 last year and […]