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The report on 2018 Europe-Caucasus-Asia Corruption Survey is out

19/ 09/ 2018
  The survey was conducted by Miller & Chevalier Chartered law firm Arzinger supported this anti-corruption initiative and became an exclusive partner to Miller & Chevalier in conducting the survey in Ukraine which helped to receive unique insights into corruption risks and mitigation strategies. This corruption study was conducted in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and Estonia. Key findings on the situation in Ukraine: 91% of respondents in Ukraine consider corruption a serious challenge for business in the country; only 5% of respondents believe that the countrys anti-corruption legislation is effective; 52% say their companies likely lost business because a competitor paid a bribe, and 72% of respondents say that they have been approached or know someone who has been approached with a request to bribe to a government official; estimating possible ways of reducing the level of corruption, respondents most often referred to the reform of criminal justice. In Ukraine, 84% of respondents consider independent and impartial courts a key element in the fight against corruption. A full copy of the survey results and analysis is available here. A link to an infographic based on the survey results is available here.

The survey was conducted by Miller & Chevalier Chartered law firm

Arzinger supported this anti-corruption initiative and became an exclusive partner to Miller & Chevalier in conducting the survey in Ukraine which helped to receive unique insights into corruption risks and mitigation strategies.

This corruption study was conducted in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and Estonia.

Key findings on the situation in Ukraine:

  • 91% of respondents in Ukraine consider corruption a serious challenge for business in the country;
  • only 5% of respondents believe that the country’s anti-corruption legislation is effective;
  • 52% say their companies likely lost business because a competitor paid a bribe, and 72% of respondents say that they have been approached or know someone who has been approached with a request to bribe to a government official;
  • estimating possible ways of reducing the level of corruption, respondents most often referred to the reform of criminal justice. In Ukraine, 84% of respondents consider independent and impartial courts a key element in the fight against corruption.

A full copy of the survey results and analysis is available here. A link to an infographic based on the survey results is available here.

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