Notebook scandal gives Argentina “unprecedented opportunity” to tackle corruption, official says

Notebook scandal gives Argentina “unprecedented opportunity” to tackle corruption, official says Credit: iStock.com/Grafissimo

The president of Argentina’s financial information unit has said that a high-profile case that hit the headlines last year presents an opportunity for significant anti-corruption reforms in the country. By Latin Lawyer's sister publication Global Investigations Review's Waithera Junghae in Buenos Aires

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