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Integrity Pact was first used on the Purple Line, part of Bangkok's overhead urban transit system. (Photo by Peter Janssen)

Thailand faces uphill battle on anti-corruption campaign

Recent scandals show that Thai military junta has much to do to tackle graft

PETER JANSSEN, Contributing writer | Thailand

BANGKOK -- Who says British and American companies are losing out in the Southeast Asian market? At least two major corruption scandals that broke in January seem to indicate that Anglo-American multinationals have been holding their own against their Asian rivals, at least in Thailand.

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