12/2/2009

Turkey among “countries with the least corporate corruption”

Dunya - According to a recent report issued by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Turkey is ranked third in the list of the world’s least corrupt countries. PwC’s Global Economic Crime Survey has put Turkish businesses among the “least inclined towards economic crimes” following Japan and Hong Kong. Based on more than 3,000 company representatives from 54 countries, the survey aims to point out economic crimes and exploitation that occur in the corporate world, as well as the precautions to avert them. The survey states that Turkey’s efforts in tackling the unregistered economy helps the country reduce corruption.