Number of bribery investigations in Singapore at three decade low

The number of bribery cases under investigation by Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) has fallen to a 30-year low. The agency said on 2 April that 36 cases were registered for investigation in 2014 – an 11 per cent decrease on 2013, and the lowest figure for three decades.

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