mem wrote: ↑Thu Jan 31, 2019 5:57 pmMost and least corrupt countries report just came out. Chile fell some points from before, but still relatively high on the not so corrupt list. Not sure why they thought Chile is somehow more corrupt than it was before. Perhaps they mistook inane bureaucracy for corruption.
That being said, I wouldn't mind the ability to grease some bureaucratic wheels with some CLP lol as long as there are not shakedown road checkpoints like in some other places.
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01- ... st-rampant
we often get that question fron clients, when they get frustrated with the beurocracy in chile. especialy clients that come from countries where corruption and bribes are common. they ask, "can't i just pay someone off" or "just my luck, i picked the least corrupt country to try and do this (crazy beucratic whatever) in".
sorry, chile traded corruption for beurocracy a long time ago. even if you tried to pay someone off, and they accepted the bribe, they probably would not know how it works and whatever problem you are trying to solve would just get more complicated.