Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand Corruption survey involving 1000 New Zealand businesses

A recent survey released by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) looking at corruption faced by Kiwi businesses shows that bribery and corruption rates have risen significantly, both nationally and regionally.

According to the survey, "Only half of New Zealand businesses would report an illegal demand from customers or suppliers."

TINZ Contributors Daniel King, Brendon Wilson and Fredinand Balfoort each offer their perspective in the following articles.

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