Corruption Concerns Dampen South Africa’s Economic Prospects
Thursday, January 31, 2013
This report examines the general corruption landscape in South Africa. Topics covered include specific examples of past and present corruption problems, the magnitude of the issue, areas of concern for companies doing business or investing in the country, and the legal regime in place to address related issues. Finally, the report offers some practical anti-corruption compliance tips for operating in South Africa as well as elsewhere in the global marketplace.
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