Sentiment favoring an international anti-corruption standard may appear to be on the rise in certain respects, but countries vary in deciding which aspects of corruption will be their focus, write Greg Esslinger and Alison Taylor of Control Risks. Compliance must be "central to the corporate agenda" in the current landscape, Esslinger and Taylor write. "Understanding corruption risk now requires a deeper dive into strategic, commercial and political considerations," they write.

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