Romania's corruption crisis
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Romania’s corruption crisis
Protests are continuing in Romania despite the government’s decision to repeal an emergency ordinance to decriminalise certain corruption offences for public officials. In this podcast we explore what lies ahead in Romania’s battle with corruption and what the implications are for businesses in this turbulent time.
- Cvete Koneska, Senior Analyst
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