White collar crime on the rise in Hungary

New report shows white collar crime on the rise in Hungary

By: Realdeal.hu
2007-11-09 10:33

According to an international survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, up to 62% of Hungarian companies were the victim of financial crime during the previous two years. The number of companies that experienced white collar crime more than doubled during this period, so that Hungary is now above the EEC and global averages, (50% and 42% respectively). The fourth edition of PWC's biannual survey contained responses from over 5400 companies in 40 countries.

 

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