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World leaders need to act decisively and swiftly to end the shocking levels of corruption in global and national economies, say NGOs.
The time to act for openness in the Middle East and North Africa in is now, say Amnesty International and Transparency International in a joint statement.
Corruption has increased over the last three years, say six out of 10 people around the world, and one in four people report paying bribes in the last year.
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