Corruption Is Growing, Penko Tells Delo
Ljubljana, 3 April - As much as 62 percent of managers said at the beginning of the year that corruption was a big problem, while only 43 percent believed so in 2002, the acting director of the Corruption Prevention Office, Bostjan Penko, told the daily Delo. He said that the office's latest study showed that corruption was a much bigger problem than found in previous studies.
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