Uruguay and Costa Rica: the exceptions to the corruption landscape in Latin America

Both countries top a regional ranking that considers the independence of judges and efforts to combat corruption.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay and Costa Rica are the Latin American countries with the greatest capacity to identify and punish corruption, according to a report published last week that paints a "heterogeneous picture" in the fight against abuses in public administration in the region and . . .

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