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NACC set to tighten asset scrutiny rules

Cash, land transfers in graft body's sights

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  • Newspaper section: News
  • Writer: Pornsawan Intha
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The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) will force financial institutions to submit information on all major monetary transactions made by political office-holders and government officials under a planned regulation. 

NACC chairman Parnthep Klanarongran discussed the move at a meeting on Tuesday between the NACC, executives of financial institutions and representatives of the Land Department and the Transport Ministry.

The regulation is expected to be in force within three months.

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