Afghanistan: Mystical Land of Bribery and Corruption

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Sun, Jul 18th, 2010 14:00 by capnasty NEWS

According to the findings, corruption remains the third-biggest concern to Afghans, following security and unemployment. One in seven adults experienced direct bribery in the past two years. The total of bribes paid by Afghans in 2009 added to roughly $1 billion, almost double the amount in 2007. The average bribe paid was $156.

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