Corruption concerns dampen South Africa's economic prospects


Fred Stocker, vice president, general counsel and secretary
South Africa has been plagued with serious corruption problems -- both before and after the end of apartheid -- that have posed obstacles for investing and doing business there. Particularly troubling is the perception that corruption is worsening, notwithstanding government proclamations to the contrary. In this report, Stocker examines the general corruption landscape in South Africa, the magnitude of the issue, areas of concern for companies doing business or investing in the country and the legal regime in place. Policy Analysis

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