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OECD Efforts Against Corruption
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The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is an inter-governmental unit that was formed by 36 countries. It enables the member countries to share practices that would help improve their respective economies while at the same time advocating for good practices. OECD highly condemns bribery amongst the members and urges the governments to punish culpable persons. 


Anti-Bribery Convention 

It is a not so uncommon practice for companies and businesses to engage in bribery to gain a competitive advantage in the market. OECD anti-bribery convention...

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Why the UK is Still Struggling with Poor Infrastructure
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Britain’s Government has become reluctant on investing in national development which has led to a lot of consequences. There are evident measures that show how the UK has become broke and not only in the public sector but many other sectors have been affected. The government needs a lot of funds to keep up with the top developments in the 21st century. The private sector has also been in the hang because it lacks total support from the government. 


The Impacts of Poor Infrastructure in the UK 

The tendency to think that the UK spends enormous sums of money...

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