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In some parts of the world, small-scale bribery and corruption are widely seen as greasing the wheels of commerce. It’s not uncommon for a developing-market subsidiary to complain, when asked to comply with the values of a foreign parent company, that compliance will hamstring its growth. But a recent study suggests that such complaints are baseless.

The EY “Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa Fraud Survey 2015” polled 3,800 employees, managers, and executives in 38 EMEIA countries. One of its less-surprising findings is that for global businesses, the risks of fraud, bribery, and corruption are widespread.

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