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OECD reports on international bribery regimes

When we think of bribery and corruption on a country scale, many times, developing countries come to mind. But a new report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reveals that most bribes involving multinational corporations were paid in western or developed countries with the knowledge of senior leadership. Most of these bribes went to secure contracts from state-owned companies. We’ll discuss the findings with Patrick Moulette, the head of OECD’s anti-corruption division. (photo: "Zahlungsmittel" by User:Mattes via creative commons)

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