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TI-UK comments on the Prime Minister’s recent comments on oversees business and corruption.

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This week the European Commission has published an EU-wide public opinion survey on corruption. It highlights the fact that citizens across Europe perceive corruption as a major problem, and includes opinions on which are the most corruption-prone sectors.

Rachel Davies speaks to Robert Barrington, Director of External Affairs at Transparency International UK, about anti-bribery procedures and TI-UK’s new training module, Doing Business Without Bribery.

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