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KPMG survey 2011 on bribery and corruption
March, 29th 2011

The KPMG 2011: Bribery and Corruption survey, documenting inputs from leading corporates on the subject is out. The consulting major rolled out the survey following the series of high-level corruption scams which have come to the fore in the recent past.

The survey reveals how corporates feel that corruption is impacting the economy and the business environment in India. Some of the key findings include:

* 68% of survey respondents believe that India can achieve more than the projected 9% GDP growth if corruption is controlled

* 51% of the survey respondents fear that rising corruption will make India less attractive for foreign investment

* 90% of respondents feel that corruption negatively impacts the performance of stock markets by increasing volatility and prevents institutional investors from making long-term investments

* 99% respondents felt that the biggest impact of corruption on business was its tendency to skew the level playing field and attract organisations with lesser capability to execute projects

* 84% of the respondents believe that Indian government has not been very effective in enforcing anti-bribery and corruption laws

The survey highlights these insights in detail.

It also dwells on specific topics such as the preventive mechanisms, internal controls that can be adopted, effective measures to curb the risks of corruption as well as what one can expect in the coming years.


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