Corporate Corruption Is a Global Epidemic

Chad Brooks
Live Science

U.S. businesses aren’t alone in their struggle to curb corruption in the workplace. A new poll shows nearly two in three adults worldwide believe fraudulent activity is widespread in their country’s businesses.

The study by Gallup revealed that while 60 percent of U.S. and Canadian residents consider corruption common in the workplace, the numbers are even higher in developing nations, such as sub-Saharan Africa, where 76 percent of residents feel nefarious activity is going on in their business community.

Read More: Corporate Corruption Is a Global Epidemic   (cited on sott.net)

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