Estonians have no regard for business ethics, survey suggests

A fresh study by Ernst & Young on corruption and fraud risk shows that only 23 percent of Estonia's managers and employees think that the principles of business ethics in their company are good, and one-fifth of respondents believe that corruption is widespread in Estonia, Aripaev Online reports.
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