Bribery is a very common phenomenon faced by countries globally. The roots of bribery lie deep within a country’s bureaucratic and political institutions. The effects of this tend to vary according to the economic and development conditions of the country. A country that is still developing will suffer more economically as compared to a country that is already developed. The economic conditions will worsen when unfair distribution occurs within the…
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