Organized Crime & Gangs

Afghanistan bribery cost ‘increases sharply’

“The cost of corruption has risen sharply in Afghanistan but fewer people are paying bribes, a UN report says. It said the amount rose in 2012 to $3.9bn, twice the country’s domestic revenue and that 50% of Afghans were paying bribes compared to 58% in 2009. Increasing numbers of people say they find it acceptable for civil servants to take small bribes, the report adds.”

Source: BBC News – Afghanistan bribery cost ‘increases sharply’

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