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The Star-Oct 28
WE are in the midst of a bumper crop of probes and court cases revolving around corruption. And often, companies are linked to the allegations and charges. The typical connection is that these companies are said to be the sources of corrupt gratification. None of us should be surprised by that. How many times have we heard that someone has greased another person’s palm in order to get ahead in business – to gain a customer, clinch a deal, secure an approval or escape enforcement?
First published in: The Star