How to tackle corruption

Corruption costs the world nearly $3tn a year. This film by The Economist looks at some innovative ways in which communities, companies and countries are tackling it.

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Gursharan Singh
Gursharan Singh
9 Oct 2020 11.23am

When worldwide leaders in power be they in politics or corporations or religions or professions or charities or societies and respective enforcement authorities are suspected or perceived to be involved corruption is it possible that there will be anyone in power to tackle corruption especially when GREED MAY BE THE MAIN CAUSE OF LACK OF ACTION?

CORRUPTION MAY BE MEANS OF ACQUIRING WEALTH FOR THOSE IN POSITIONS OF POWER AND AUTHORITY.