Greek firms rely on public procurement most in EU but also suspect corruption, survey indicates

Society Tags: Corruption

Greek companies derive a considerably higher proportion of their turnover from public tender and procurement procedures compared to those in other countries and are also more likely to say that corruption is widespread in public procurement managed by national authorities or regional or local authorities.

The Eurobarometer survey of attitudes in businesses towards corruption found that, on average, 57.5 percent of company income in Greece comes from public contracts, compared to the EU average of 27.2 percent.

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