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Asia Foundation Releases New Survey on Corruption in Mongolia

December 4, 2013

This week in Ulaanbaatar, a new survey on corruption in Mongolia came out. The Asia Foundation survey featured face-to-face interviews in 1,360 households in 7 districts. Respondents said corruption continues to be one of the most pressing problems in Mongolia, but those surveyed said they are optimistic about the progress in fighting corruption, and are more hopeful about the state of corruption in the future. Download the full survey.

Related locations: Mongolia
Related topics: Corruption

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