The international organization Transparency International is well-known for its distinguished work on investigating corruption around the world, and this latest report from their research team is timely and tremendously valuable. The 429-page report takes a close look at judicial corruption around the world. As the report notes this disturbing trend "undermines economic growth by damaging the trust of the investment community, and impedes efforts to reduce poverty." The report includes findings from dozens of countries, and also reveals that at least one in 10 households had to pay a bribe to get access to justice. Visitors will also appreciate the many tables and charts that populate this document, and of course, they can also search through the document for material of particular interest.
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