EU Anti corruption report 2014

The report covers specific acts of corruption and those measures that the Member States take specifically to prevent or punish corrupt acts as defined by the law. Secondly, it covers certain types of conduct and measures which impact on the risk of corruption occurring and on the capacity of a State to control it.

The report looks at whether adequate control mechanisms and transparent, competitive procedures are in place to reduce the risk of corruption, both in state-owned companies or private ones, tackling also long-term risks related to corruption, nepotism and clientelism.

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