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October 10, 2017


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Does Transparency International distinguish between retail corruption as viewed by foreigners, and retail corruption as viewed by natives?

Because you said that your trips to Brazil had you dealing with retail corruption in ways that Uruguay trips didn't, and world perception is that Uruguay's not as corrupt as Brazil. But Uruguayans report the same levels of retail corruption as Brazilians do.

Maybe in some countries, nobody dares demand bribes from foreigners. (In other countries the reverse would be true, and foreigners would be shaken down more.)

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