Corruption is on the rise in Latin America, according to survey

Mexicans have one of the highest levels of corruption perception in the region

Mexicans have one of the highest levels of corruption perception in the region (Credit: iStock.com/Stefano Spicca)

Most Latin Americans believe governments are failing to meet demands to tackle corruption, according to a new Transparency International poll, but GCs say the private sector and civil society are playing important roles in driving change. 

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