The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s newly introduced corporate liability provision was used for the first time on 18 March to charge a company for corruption and bribery. BFM speaks to activist Cynthia Gabriel from the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) about how this might improve accountability and transparency in the corporate sector.
Produced by Tasha Fusil
Presented by Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan
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