Report launch: Biggest-ever public opinion survey on corruption

Global Corruption Barometer 2013 - Launch Date: 9 July 2013 at 05.00 GMT

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



BerlinTransparency International, the anti-corruption group, will release its 8th Global Corruption Barometer on 9 July 2013. This year’s survey is the biggest ever, covering 114,000 people in 107 countries.

The Global Corruption Barometer surveys opinions on whether corruption has increased and which institutions are considered most corrupt. It also asks if people have paid a bribe in the past 12 months and to whom.

Global Corruption Barometer 2013

9 July 2013

05.00 GMT

Available Online

 @ www.transparency.org

 

Materials will be available in English, French, Arabic, Russian and Spanish.

Individual interviews may be arranged in these and other languages with both global and regional experts.

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