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Malaysia 19 years behind South Korea, complacency, graft among culprits

Malaysia are 19 years behind South Korea in terms of productivity, the Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry said today, naming graft, leakages, complacency and archaic labour laws as road blocks.

C4 wants budget-tracking mechanism in place

A watchdog NGO, The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (or C4), has called for a budgetary tracking and implementation system to be in place for the 2015 Budget to prevent abuse and leakages.

Mega projects should not be for cronies

The Centre to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4) shares the anxiety felt by the average citizen, on the impending GST, and its potential burdensome impact it could create on the lower middle income group ...

Transparent Ulanbataar

Transparent Ulanbataar, Anti Corruption Forum - C4 Director Cynthia Gabriel, speaks on Whistleblower protection, local government reform and role of public institutions in addressing corruption.

No further debt, C4 tells PM on 1MDB

Malaysians have every right to demand accountability, transparency and integrity in the management and operations of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and the use of its funds.

Probe into 1MDB financial misconduct now, says anti-graft group

Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) must begin an immediate inquiry into the troubled sovereign fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), an anti-corruption watch group said today.

Malaysia one of the most corrupt nations, survey shows

Malaysia has been ranked as one of the most corrupt nations and listed as a country which is most likely to take shortcuts to meet targets when economic times are tough, according to a recent survey by Ernst & Young, signalling that the government's Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) has failed in its role to transform the economy.

Show how RM3bil reserves will be spent, Azmin told

The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) called on new Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali today to be transparent on how he will spend the state's RM3 billion in reserves.

Reopen banknote scandal case, anti-graft pressure group tells MACC

An anti-graft pressure group has urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to reopen the multi-million-dollar corruption case related to the printing of bank notes following the latest information by Wikileaks that several local politicians were allegedly involved.

"Whistleblowing - Your Right, Our Commitment" Forum invitation

Forum invitation with cooperation with Malaysia Bar Council and C4.