They include Bangladesh, India, Indonesia and Philippines, which are ranked among the region's most corrupt
nations by numerous surveys, including by Transparency International.
Now Kenya is cleaning out the Augean stables, including sacking 35 public procurement officials for awarding themselves building contracts, and dismissing the head of a corrupt
When a corrupt
employee takes bribes, the underlying business arrangement usually is flawed.
This little survey conducted by Leger Marketing said 69 per cent of respondents felt the federal system was highly, or somewhat, corrupt
, compared with 26 per cent who thought it was not very corrupt
or not at all corrupt
Comparative reviews of problems and best practices, as well as academic research, suggest that corruption follows certain predictable routes and that precursory signs occur prior to any actual quid pro quo corrupt
Their main complaint concerned the corrupt
nature of the state, and only thereafter the way in which this corruption led to social and economic ills.
and corrupting campaign finance laws are a stain upon the honor of the country.
And they said that the state of Missouri had not cited empirical evidence of corrupt
practices or of a perception among Missouri citizens that large contributions exercise a corrosive influence.
In Tanzania, the government's anticorruption drive was itself allegedly corrupt
The line between an ordinary overseas business deal and a violation of the Foreign Corrupt
Practices Act is getting fuzzier all the time.
Yet there are those who lament the demise of the time-honored values, and who ache for "origins" in a world they perceive as intolerably corrupt
Publicly-held firms in countries perceived as less corrupt
trade at bigger market premiums than those in places considered more corrupt
, according to Lee.