TI Bribe 2011 Payors Index Report

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Last week Transparency International (TI) released its Bribe Payors Index 2011 (Index). It represents the fifth such report issued by TI, the most recent previously released in 2008. In the introduction, TI says that the Index “ranks 28 of the world’s largest economies according to the perceived likelihood of companies from these countries to pay bribes abroad. It is based on the views of business executives as captured by Transparency International’s 2011 Bribe Payers Survey. The countries and territories ranked in the Index cover all regions of the world and represent almost 80 per cent of the total world outflow of goods, services and investments.” It also relates the perception of bribery “across business sectors.”

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