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Thirty projects selected for international merit award

Projects from across 14 different countries selected by experts for their social, economic and environmental impact on life around the world. 

Post-Covid world is a world of transition, says FIDIC CEO

CEO of FIDIC stresses that the new normal is technological, environmental and social transition - not five days a week in the office.

Dealing with dilemmas when tackling the disease of corruption

Professor Peter Guthrie writes on the need and opportunity to tackle the root causes of corruption.

Anti-corruption success can bring a huge boost to prosperity

Vice president at US infrastructure consultants RS&H sets out the scale of opportunity for addressing corruption in an economy or an industry.

World has strongest ever opportunity to tackle corruption

Despite some countries falling back, the world has never had better tools to tackle corruption, says anti-corruption campaigner Petter Matthews.

Industry cannot afford to rely on general legal principles alone

We speak with White and Case partners Ellis Baker and David Robertson about the legal position as industry faces geopolitical and megaproject challenges.

World Bank underpins social and environmental risk with procurement rules

Tesfaalem Gebreiyesus, lead procurement specialist at the World Bank, set out the bank’s approach. 

IDB looks to address dispute board absence in its construction contracts

Roberto Laguado Giraldo, senior procurement specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank, sets out the growing use of international contracts across countries across the Americas, but with a  notable absence of dispute boards.

New EBRD exclusion rules prove timely for Ukraine invasion

Jan Jackholt, procurement director at the EBRD, sets out how the bank’s upgraded procurement framework proved extremely timely amid the invasion of Ukraine.

Fusion is crucial for a low carbon future for humankind but...

Karoly Tamas Olajos tells international engineering experts that the scale of developing fusion energy needs unique ways of working. 
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