Listening mode – Asia-Pacific tunes into whistleblowers
Chinese whispers, in which a message is relayed from person to person, may, until lately, have been the most likely route
by which wrongdoing would become known to company management or officialdom in the Asia-Pacific region. Growing appreciation
of the value of whistleblower intelligence is now prompting governments there to offer stronger legal security for those brave
enough to speak up.
Jens Kastner ,
Sara Nabila Harris ,
Mark Godfrey ,
Raghavendra Verma and
Julian Ryall report.
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