Economic crimes paint Kenya badly
30 November 2011, 17:48
Nairobi – Kenya leads the world in economic crime
cases with 66 percent of respondents in the newly released Global
Economic Crime Survey reporting incidences in the last 12 months.
This figure is nearly double the global average of 34 percent and is a
nine percent increase from 2009 for Kenya, putting it at the front of
the pack out of the 78 surveyed countries.
In the PricewaterhouseCoopers report, South Africa registered second
with 60 percent, followed by the United Kingdom at 51 percent, and New
Zealand with 50 percent in fourth place.
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