June 4, 2017 Gary Shotton

Giving or receiving a bribe could land a person in jail in many countries, but it seems to be standard business in other countries. #000109

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By Gary Shotton

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1 Comment

  1. Bill Sherman 3 years ago

    Hi Gary,
    Interesting commentary. Reminds me of times in Africa where we’d had to pay off officials to get a passport stamped, or to get into the country. Where there is a culture of bribery, it is expected. And surely it cuts into the viability and profitability of companies and governments.
    Hope you are well. Let’s get coffee soon.

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