Glencore's woes mounted this week on news the UK prosecutor was investigating alleged bribery.
Ministers protected to take well-based subjective views on licences
The inability to set up and function freely in Africa makes investment tough for public companies
Declining transparency in key mining jurisdictions Australia, the US, Chile and Mexico
Investigations into former employees widen on new allegations of fraud
Brazilian prosecutors allege Glencore employees gave kickbacks to Petrobras traders
Tanzanian anti-corruption bureau throws the book at gold miner
Canada's stock exchange is, paradoxically, one of the most spectacularly fraudulent on the planet
Regulators should step in to protect investors from undisclosed jurisdictional dangers
Transparency fanatics may need to take a common-sense pill
How can the view of miners be so far out of step with respected corruption metrics?
Agency looking in the wrong places for signs of corruption in Australian mining