RIGA - Compared to other countries in Eastern Europe, there has been less fraud and corruption in business activities in the Baltics, according to Ernst & Young’s corruption risk study ‘Navigating Today’s Complex Business Risks,’ reports Nozare.lv.As the business information portal Nozare.lv was informed by Ernst & Young Baltic marketing coordinator Liene Dobele, the study establishes that 47 percent of entrepreneurs in the Baltics believe that corruption and fraud is quite common in business activities in the region. Meanwhile, when looking at Easter...
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