Achieving economic growth and shared prosperity in a
nation requires public sector interventions across a range
of domains. And yet corruption – the abuse of entrusted
power for private gain – frequently undermines those
efforts in many of the countries in which the World Bank
operates. Although anti-corruption initiatives are often
a part of a country’s public administration landscape,
many of them are insufficient to overcome deep-seated
corruption as well as public perceptions of corruption.

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