Half of MENA firms 'lack corruption controls'

6 July 2021

Nearly half of MENA businesses reported a lack of corruption controls despite a time of severe supply chain disruption, according to research.

A survey found 48% of respondents did not have an anti-bribery and corruption scheme and 51% lacked cyber crime programmes.

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