PH corruption down says Global Corruption Barometer

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Infographic from transparency.org

Corruption in the Philippines decreased over the last two years according to Transparency International’s Global Corruption Barometer 2013, a survey tracking worldwide public opinion on corruption. The report released on Tuesday, July 9 shows that of 1,000 respondents nationwide 12% reported paying bribes in the past year to any one of these 8 services: police, judiciary, registry, land, medical, education, tax, and utilities. The figure is down from the 16% in the Global Corruption Barometer 2010/2011.

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