01 DE OCTUBRE, 2020

Key findings of 2020 Latin American Corruption Survey: what can companies do better? The case of Argentina, Brazil and Chile

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ALLIANCE FOR INTEGRITY – COMPLIANCE BULLETIN 18

In this Compliance Bulletin, country compliance experts have summarised the main findings of the 2020 Latin
American Corruption Survey published by Miller & Chevalier. After a regional analysis made in the Compliance
Bulletin 17, we zoom in on the results and experience from Argentina, Brazil and Chile.

Argentina

I. KEY FINDINGS

1. High levels of corruption, more corruption perceived in the executive branch since 2016 and government
inability to address corruption Argentina remains as one of the countries in the region with the highest level of corruption (over 50% saying that it is a “significant obstacle”). Thus, there is a notable change: the corruption level perceived in the executive branch increased from 50% in 2016 to 74%. Additionally, fewer respondents think prosecution of offenders is likely (falling from 53% to 39%), while only 2% of Argentine respondents think their country will lead the way on anti-corruption enforcement in the future…

Palabras clave: Compliance · Anticorrupción

Key findings of 2020 Latin American Corruption Survey: what can companies do better? The case of Argentina, Brazil and Chile
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