The US will work with international partners as well as domestically to prevent, limit, and respond to corruption and related crimes in a significant overhaul of the way it targets public corruption that includes a clear focus on international trade according to a new plan released by the administration of US President Joe Biden.

A central theme in the plan is that the US and other developed economies have created and sustain conditions allowing corrupt public officials, often in developing countries, to hide illicit wealth abroad.

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