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The cost of maritime corruption to the industry and society

This study, developed by QBIS, puts a dollar value on the cost of corruption for the private sector, government, and society, taking into account some of the hidden indirect costs resulting from corrupt practices across the maritime supply chain. The findings demonstrate a clear economic benefit and a compelling business case for proactive anti- corruption measures by both governments and businesses.

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