Order the corrupt to talk

BRIBERY and corruption were the most disruptive forms of fraud observed in Malaysian organisations in the past two years, according to Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) in 2020.

And according to a World Bank survey, in some countries, up to 51% of enterprises receive at least one bribe payment request per year.

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