Global anti-corruption organisation Transparency International’s 2014 OECD progress report on exporting corruption has found that Australia only has “moderate enforcement” of laws surrounding foreign bribery. The report found several inadequacies in the legal framework of Australia’s bribery legislation, including the lack of a comprehensive and effective whistleblower protection law. It also recommends the removal of the qualified defence of “facilitation payments”.

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