A World Without Bribes?: Fewer Places to Hide

Britain’s new Bribery Act, which became law in the final weeks of the outgoing Labour government, sets a new standard in the international campaign against corruption. But international bribery remains commonplace, so how much difference will it make? And how far is it possible to envisage a world that is truly free from corruption?

The World Today Updated 14 October 2020 Published 1 July 2010 3 minute READ

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