Gulf governments need a big public case to prove anti-corruption drive

Issue 925 - 08 Jun 2012 | 5 minute read

Two thirds of business executives in the Middle East believe corruption is widespread, with backhanders, facilitation payments and bribes often used to win contracts, according to an April report by Ernst & Young, the Middle East Fraud, Bribery and Corruption Survey.

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