Theft and graft are increasingly becoming a way of life in the Czech Republic, according to results from two recent studies.
The Czech Republic fell from 45th place in 2008 to 52nd on this year’s Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index. The Czech Republic has a 4.9 mark on a 10-point scale and ranks 22 out of 27 European Union member states, ahead of Latvia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania and Greece…
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