Top Ten Corrupt Countries Of 2010
Corruption poses a serious development challenge. Corruption undermines political, social and economic stability. It threatens security and damages trust and public confidence in systems which affect people’s daily lives. Although corruption frequently occurs at local or national level, its consequences are global; its hidden costs immense. Corruption arises in both political and bureaucratic offices and can be petty or grand, organized or unorganized. Have a look.
10. Equatorial Guinea
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is located in west central Africa. The country has exasperated a variety of rights organisations who have described the two post-independence leaders as among the worst abusers of human rights in Africa. The value of Equatorial Guinea's exports is considerably higher than the cost of its imports. Equatorial Guinea continues to depend heavily on foreign investment.