The UN's Fizzled Anti-Corruption Unit

After the oil-for-food scandal in Iraq, the United Nations set up its Procurement Task Force, an anti-corruption unit that over the next three years uncovered at least 20 other schemes that had mishandled over $1 billion in international contracts and humanitarian aid. So why, over the last year, has the task force not completed a single case?

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