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Partnering Against Corruption Initiative Summary Report - Session on Anti-Corruption in Mongolia

 
Partnering Against Corruption Initiative Summary Report - Session on Anti-Corruption in Mongolia

The World Economic Forum Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) and the Office of the President of Mongolia held a joint roundtable in Ulan Bator on 3 March 2011 as part of the Mongolia Economic Forum.

The roundtable, which was opened by President Elbegdorj Tsakhia of Mongolia, brought top executives from Mongolian industry and non-governmental organizations and was co-chaired by the PACI and the Office of the President.

In general, the participants focused on the following questions:

  • How does PACI seek to consolidate private sector efforts against corruption globally?
  • What are the main corruption-related challenges facing Mongolia and what potential opportunities does fighting corruption offer?
  • How can PACI provide a platform to facilitate public-private cooperation in Mongolia towards tackling corruption? 

The meeting concluded with a commitment among participants to begin a process to launch a private sector-led, multistakeholder, anti-corruption initiative in Mongolia.

 
 

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