Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, the second day of G20 Summit called for a worldwide campaign against corruption, as part of economic reforms. It will include a greater say for emerging countries in the international financial architecture.
According to a report, PM proposed elimination of safe havens for economic offenders across the globe. He also targeted the foreign banks for excessive secrecy, which eventually ended up shielding the corrupt.
PM at G20 Summit
The official sources informed that there was a broad convergence on anti-corruption between China and India.
While India focused on black money, the Chinese appeared keener on nabbing economic offenders.