Four in ten execs still see corruption as commonplace
Ljubljana, 22 April - The share of leading managers in Slovenia perceiving bribery and corrupt practices as commonplace and as a serious issue in business in the country has dropped by 26 points in the last two years but is still at 40%, shows the latest survey by audit firm Ernst & Young.
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