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Case Study: Tax System in Cambodia

Publication Year: 2016  / Sources: Transparency International Cambodia

Cambodia, like many other developing countries, struggles with social equity issues that lead to corruption amongst public officials who require informal payments to provide a sufficient income for their families. Ultimately, corruption by public officials remains a major constraint for businesses operating in Cambodia. Cambodia’s registration process is classified as corrupt and inefficient.

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Summary survey report on Accountability and Transparency of Budget Process

Publication Year: 2018  / Sources: Transparency International Cambodia

Through a nationally representative survey of 1,596 individuals residing across all 25 provinces of Cambodia, this survey report aims to: a) understand and quantify citizens’ perceptions and attitudes regarding the transparency and accountability of budgets in Cambodia; and b) understand and quantify citizens’ awareness and experience in dealing with budget and budgeting issues in the country.

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Full survey report on Accountability and Transparency of Budget Process

Publication Year: 2018  / Sources: Transparency International Cambodia

Through a nationally representative survey of 1,596 individuals residing across all 25 provinces of Cambodia, this survey report aims to: a) understand and quantify citizens’ perceptions and attitudes regarding the transparency and accountability of budgets in Cambodia; and b) understand and quantify citizens’ awareness and experience in dealing with budget and budgeting issues in the country.

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The Open Budget Survey 2017

Publication Year: 2017  / Sources: International Budget Partnership (IBP)

The Open Budget Survey 2017 shows a modest decline in in average global transparency scores, halting progress toward greater transparency that surveys over the past decade have identified. This means that many governments are making less information available about how they raise and spend public funds than they did in 2015. This finding is particularly discouraging given that roughly three-quarters of countries assessed publish insufficient budget information. In addition to these transparency challenges, the Open Budget Survey 2017 assessment of budget oversight finds that most countries have limited or weak

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Combatting Corruption in Mining Approvals

Publication Year: 2017  / Sources: Transparency International

Combatting Corruption in Mining Approvals (Assessing the risks in 18 resource-rich countries)

Transparency International has assessed the risks that can lead to corruption in 18 resource-rich countries to identify the warning signals as early as possible. This report demonstrates where and how corruption can get a foothold in mining approvals processes before ground is even broken. It presents examples from a range of diverse countries and identifies important roles for government, the mining industry and civil society to identify, prevent and mitigate these risks.

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