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Corruption in Switzerland

 

Corruption in Switzerland

Corruption in Switzerland is examined on this page.

Contents

  • Extent 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Extent

Switzerland has a strong legal framework to combat corruption and several authorities are in charge of curbing the levels of it, particularly when it comes to corruption within Swiss financial institutions.[1] Several sources suggest that the country's fight against corruption has been effective.[2][3]

The Transparency International Global Barometer 2013 shows that 58% of the surveyed households believe that corruption has not changed over the past two years, and 28% believe that it has actually increased. The same survey also shows that political parties are considered the most corrupt institution in Switzerland.[4]

Regarding business and corruption, companies do not consider corruption a problem for doing business in Switzerland, and Swiss companies are active in Corporate Social Responsibility that are generally in line with OECD Guidelines for multinational enterprises.[5]

See also

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External links

A world map of the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International
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