Currrent indices used to measure corruption are flawed, according to the fourth Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) African Governance Review report issued in Addis. These measures misrepresent realities in Africa and misguide policymakers and investors.The report's recommendations to improve the measurement of corruption and make anti-corruption efforts more effective include greater transparency on the part of governments and increased focus on international dimensions. #AfricanDevelopmentWeek #COM2016
Namibian Minister of Finance Calle Schlettwein, launching the Africa Governance Report IV, during the African Development Week in Addis.
UNECA, 2 April 2016
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