Why Most Reports about Corruption in Africa are Biased

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In the video below, the Economic Commission for Africa’s Mohamed Salih explains why the Africa Governance Report IV titled Measuring Corruption in Africa – The International Dimension Matters is the first of its kind. “Most of the reports about corruption in Africa,” says Mohammed Salih, “are somehow biased; they look at corruption only as an African problem.” “Those reports “don’t look at the external factors and the international dimensions of corruption. This is the first time we have a report that looks internally and externally.” More about the ECA in this