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Thursday 11 April 2019

Curbing Corruption by Improving Economic Governance in Central Asia

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WASHINGTON (IMF press service) — This seminar by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) identified key areas of economic governance weaknesses in countries in the Middle East and Central Asia and discuss policies to address them. It also provided an opportunity to exchange experiences on efforts across the world to improve governance and fight corruption.

Corruption is damaging. It corrodes trust in government. It leeches money from citizens and taxpayers. It undermines growth and inclusiveness. Corruption may be difficult to detect and fight, but not impossible. With political will, it can be curbed, starting by improving economic governance.

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