Anti-government demonstrators attend a protest in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: ReutersAnti-government demonstrators attend a protest in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: Reuters
Anti-government demonstrators attend a protest in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: Reuters

Despite arrests and crackdowns, corruption remains a scourge in major economies

Manjit Bhatia says from Brazil and China to India and Malaysia, cosy political-business networks are a feature of some modern capitalist economies, and rooting them out is proving a huge challenge

Topic |   Corruption in China
Anti-government demonstrators attend a protest in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: ReutersAnti-government demonstrators attend a protest in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: Reuters
Anti-government demonstrators attend a protest in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: Reuters
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