Corruption and bribery in Hungary appears to be worsening, with more executives reporting the presence of such practices, although most claim to have no first-hand experience, EY’s EMEIA Fraud Survey 2017 reveals. The Budapest Business Journal discussed the findings with Ferenc Biró, EY Hungary partner of Business Integrity and Compliance Management, who believes immediate action must be taken to prevent the situation worsening.
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