Is Lithuania doing enough to fight corruption?
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Is Lithuania doing enough to fight corruption?
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Justinas Šuliokas and Ludo Segers 2018 february 23 d. 11:29

Corruption has been habitually singled out as one of the
major afflictions slowing down Lithuania’s development, a
problem put down to the country’s Soviet legacy as well as
frailty of its young institutions. Jovitas Raškevičius, of
the Special Investigation Service (STT), notes that the
effort Lithuania has put into fighting corruption is bearing
fruit, while Liudas Jurkonis, of EY’s fraud investigation
and dispute services, highlights that business companies
need to invest more into their own internal control systems.

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