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The UAE’s zero tolerance approach to crimes of corruption and bribery has paid rich dividends with the country being ranked as the least corrupt Arab country in the annual Corruption Perceptions Index published by Transparency International.
The 2013 Index ranks the UAE at No. 26 globally out of total 177 countries surveyed, ahead of a number of developed countries. According to 999 Magazines latest edition, this years rankings confirm that the UAE remains a guiding light and a model of anti-corruption in a region that, according to the magazine, has a lot of catching up to do in terms of keeping the lid on corruption and bribery.
With the aim of spreading awareness among the public regarding corruption, 999s January edition opens the file of bribery crimes in the UAE and looks at the steps taken to fight the scourge. The magazine highlights the international agreements that the UAE has ratified as part of its deep belief in the significance of developing a legal international mechanism to criminalise the acts of corruption.