Macau’s Commission Against Corruption has agreed to set up a standing working group with its counterparts in mainland’s Guangdong province and Hong Kong, it was announced. The goal is to jointly map out long term strategies and objectives to strengthen tripartite cooperation on corruption prevention and education, Xinhua reported. Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) said on Sunday that the steering group would take charge of leading, coordinating and promoting graft prevention and education work, concerning areas like businesses, public officials and youths. The group comprises senior officials from CCAC, Guangdong People’s Procurator (GDPP) and the ICAC. The three parties will also consider launching a new guidebook of prevention tips and advice to help strengthen anti-corruption work for cross-border businesses.