WorleyParsons decries corruption

Amid Leighton claims, fellow engineering firm takes hard corruption stance.

Global engineering firm WorleyParsons (WOR) has pledged a zero tolerance policy on corrupt activities amid allegations of improper behaviour in the international dealings of fellow engineering giant Leighton Holdings (LEI), according to The Australian Financial Review.

WorleyParsons chief executive Andrew Wood told investors at a shareholder meeting in Sydney that ethical behaviour is “paramount” to the company's success and is an issue taken very seriously.


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