Russian and Chinese companies 'most likely to bribe'
Companies from Russia and China are most likely to pay bribes when doing business abroad, a Transparency International (TI) survey suggests. The two scored worst out of 28 countries in a poll of 3,000 business executives.
The survey conducted by anti-corruption group of TI.
The Netherlands and Switzerland came top, while the UK ranked eighth, just ahead of the US and France.
Bribery was reportedly most common to win public sector works and construction contracts.