Bribery or the normal course of business?

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Dealing with bribery is a serious matter for the UK authorities. While a gift or treat might seem innocent enough, as Adam Bernstein explains, it can land a firm in hot water

Bribery is a global issue and one which the UK generally fares well in combatting. According to Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perceptions Index 2018, Denmark is the least afflicted country


(with a score of 88 out of 100), the UK comes joint 11th (with a score of 80), Kenya comes 149th while Mauritania is 150th, both with scores of 27. Bottom of the pile is Somalia at 180 with a score of just 10 out 100.

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