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This post first appeared on The World Bank’s Governance for Development Blog.
We know corruption in developing countries affects poor people the most. It also impacts firms in many ways.
These charts are based on surveys of more than 13,000 firms in 135 countries, by World Bank Enterprise Surveys. It collects data directly from firms to study an economy’s private sector.
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Author: Ravi Kumar is a Digital Strategist with the Governance Global Practice at the World Bank Group
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