Guatemala and Costa Rica, opposites in corruption
Guatemala and Costa Rica obtained opposite marks in a yearly corruption survey in Latin America. Guatemala was the worst, while Costa Rica was the best.
The survey was carried out by lawyer buffets Miller & Chevalier and Matteson Ellis Law.
The survey was done across 14 countries, of which 13 were Latin American. The other country was the United States.
Large international companies were notable for communicating the importance of rejecting corruption to their employees.
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