Šemeta on fighting corruption in Ukraine: businesses previously had nowhere to turn

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Algirdas Šemeta, Lithuania's former European commissioner and finance minister who has been appointed as Ukraine's new anti-corruption ombudsman, says that Ukrainian entrepreneurs had no tools to fight corruption until now.
Algirdas Šemeta
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