AFRICAN COMMONWEALTH ANTI-CORRUPTION CENTRE TARGETS GROWTH THROUGH FIGHTING GRAFT

CORRUPTION saps economic competition that drives productivity improvements and grows emerging market economies – this is a key reason behind the establishment of the Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre (CAACC). Another is the established link between the perception of risk from corrupt practices in a country and foreign economic investment. Such concerns inspire the operation of the CAACC, set up in 2013 in Botswana. It offers services to 18 Commonwealth countries – its host country Botswana, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, ...


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