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Title Publication Date Subject(s) Publisher
OECD Convention: Bulgaria Country Review: Information Pack for Trade Unionists  1 October 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments  
UNICORN: A Trade Union Anti-corruption Network 
After the Wall: Central and Eastern Europe Confront Corporate Globalization  1 May 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Trade Unions  
 
Bulgaria ratifies the Criminal Law Convention on Corruption  7 November 2001 Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments  
Council of Europe Press Release 
Octopus II final conference: anti-corruption and organised crime programme under the spotlight  28 November 2000 Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments  
Council of Europe Press Release 
BULGARIE EXAMEN DE L’APPLICATION DE LA CONVENTION ET DE LA RECOMMANDATION DE 1997  27 June 2000 Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments  
OECD 
BULGARIA REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION AND 1997 RECOMMENDATION  27 June 2000 Corruption and Bribery,
Anti-corruption Instruments  
OECD 
Coalition 2000 Bulgaria    Corruption and Bribery    
Budapest Open Access Initiative    Corruption and Bribery   Budapest Open Access Initiative 
Under Stability Pact, first evaluation of anti-corruption measures in South-East Europe    Corruption and Bribery   Council of Europe Press Release 
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