Crime statistics released by the National Police in Indonesia shows that law enforcement handled 25,561 cases of drug smuggling in…
At the end of 2012, anti-corruption investigators who are responsible for police integrity was handling a workload of 245 police…
The Chairman of Pakistan’s National Accountability Bureau stated that corruption and tax evasion activities in Pakistan causes a total loss…
According to the European Healthcare Fraud and Corruption Network, corruption and fraud within the medical industry in Europe causes $72.6 Billion (€56 billion) in losses each year.
In the city of Mumbai, corruption in the construction industry is estimated to have cost the city up to $3.6 Billion (200 Billion Indian Rupees) in lost potential revenue.
A woman reported to the media that she was forced to pay a bribe of $4,800 to enroll her daughter into an elementary school in the Chinese capital city of Beijing.
According to state media, the number of investigations into corruption and bribery in China increased by 12.7 percent in the first half of 2012 when compared to 2011.
The Voice of America reported that people pay around $50 to bribe local officials in Cambodia to obtain “permits” that allows illegal fishing activities. The permit allows fishing boats to use nets that are hundreds of meters in length are are illegal due to its large size.
An article in the New York Times highlighted the concept of the “3 percent rule” in Italy. The process occurs when subcontractors overcharge the state by 3 percent, which is then passed on to organized crime groups.
A women was quoted in the BBC stating that she would have to pay over $10,000 in bribes to education officials in China in order to secure a spot for her son at a good school in Beijing.