Abuse, Political corruption, Political terminology
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Abuse, Political corruption, Political terminology


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The article focuses on the recent bribery scandal of UK based publisher Macmillan in Sudan. The company officials recently accepted that they had bribed government officials in Sudan to get a multi million-dollar education project. Currently, the World Bank has put Macmillan in its debarred list and the publisher cannot bid for any of its projects for the next six years. Macmillan has its headquarters in the United Kingdom but Germans are enjoying its ownership. Both of these countries have high ethical standards, which do not accept cheating, corruption, fraud, or bribery at any costs. However, the same is not true for all cultures. In countries such as China, Russia, Mexico, India and others bribes are a part of everyday business, on the other hand, countries such as Netherlands,

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