A Guide to Anti-Corruption Compliance

CIPE's newest publication helps local companies around the world think about anti-corruption compliance as a strategic investment and take steps to strengthen their internal compliance programs. Download it here

Meet the Youth Entrepreneurship Pioneers Of Peru and Nepal

Read how the young entrepreneurs who graduate from programs profiled in CIPE's latest case studies on Nepal and Peru are making their countries better.

30 Years of Promoting Free Enterprise Around the World

Read an article on CIPE's 30-year history of supporting democracy and market-based reform around the world from the latest edition of Free Enterprise, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's quarterly publication.

News & Events

Global Editorial Cartoon Competition Open for Public Voting

Cartoons can speak across languages and cultures, and provide personal insight into universal challenges facing citizens around the world. The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) is pleased to announce that public voting is now open for the 2014 Global Editorial Cartoon Competition.

30 Years of Promoting Free Enterprise Abroad

The latest edition of Free Enterprise, the U.S.

Resources & Publications

Combatting Corruption through Collective Action in Armenia

The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) partnered with the Association for For

Collective Action Against Corruption – Thai Institute of Directors

Corruption is widespread in Thailand, hindering business activity and impeding economic growt

Democracy in Action: Stories from the Field

From strengthening corporate governance in Palestine to building a voice fo

Development Blog

The next year is shaping up to be a big one for multilateral free trade agreements and, by...

While the world has made progress on many of the Millennium Development Goals over the past 15...

Nigeria's upcoming elections have been attracting a lot of international attention because of the...

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