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n Africa Conflict Monthly Monitor - Corruption watch

Volume 2013, Issue 02
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Abstract

If Africa' countries were to be placed on a ring and spaced proportionate to their degree they are seen as "corrupt" by potential investors, nearly three-quarters are perceived as "most corrupt" or "very corrupt" in relation to other countries across the globe. Perceptions are not reality, but they do influence business investment and the credence international community gives to African countries' signatures on United Nations (UN) and other accords. Changing these perceptions requires serious effort to identify and eradicate corruption in all forms.

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2019-10-18

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