Corruption at top of B20 agenda

The government’s B20 advisory forum has made corruption a core issue.

The government’s B20 advisory forum of corporate heavyweights has set up an anti-corruption group in a move aimed at making the issue a core part of the business agenda for creating jobs and building economic resilience.

The Australian can reveal that the outgoing global chairman of accounting firm KPMG, ­Michael Andrew, is co-chairing a transparency and anti-corruption working group with the chair of Italy’s biggest company, Eni, Giuseppe Recchi.

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