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Corruption in Africa: trends and scenarios
Sub-Saharan Africa is, according to some measures, the world's most corrupt region. But the picture is decidedly mixed. Some countries have made great strides in fighting graft, while others will remain mired in corrupt systems for years to come. Democratic institutions are an important factor, but so is economic freedom. As access to information makes officials' corrupt practices increasingly visible, what is the outlook for these countries, as their people strive for a fairer shot?