Roughly quarter of Afghan economy based on bribes

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Afghans paid $2.5bn (£1.5bn) in bribes over the past 12 months, or the equivalent of almost one quarter of legitimate GDP, a UN report suggests.

Surveying 7,600 people, it found nearly 60% more concerned about corruption than insecurity or unemployment.

Full Story: BBC News – UN Afghanistan survey points to huge scale of bribery.