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Keppel scandal holds lessons for Singapore Inc

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"Often, it is more expedient to pay bribes and more costly if you do it properly, but it is still possible; when it is absolutely not, then you have to be prepared to walk away." - NUS Professor Mak Yuen Teen

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SINGAPORE Inc's rejection of corruption in business cannot be anything but unequivocal, yet the realities of operating overseas in markets and sectors where such lines are not so clearly drawn pose real challenges for local companies, observers

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