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The Central Office for Combating Corruption, whose activities have until now been confined to state agencies and public companies, is to broaden its scope to the private sector.
Forty-five members of the Mozambique Confederation of Economic Associations (CTA) have been in training since Wednesday, August 28, with the aim of promoting private sector involvement in preventing and combating corruption.
Forms of corruption, applicable penalties and corruption in public procurement are among the topics covered by Central Office for Combating Corruption staff.
According to Maria Helena Ferreira, deputy director of the Central Office for Combating Corruption, the training will help integrate domestic businesses in the fight against corruption.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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