Corruption: Argentina, with a low score according to Transparency International

Transparency Internacional’s (TI) report is harsh on Argentina, which, although it has made progress in anti-corruption legislation, still lacks sanctions and transparency in information. Argentina, as measured by TI, contributes only 0.3% of global trade and is among the 15 countries that registered limited actions. The so-called law of corporate criminal responsibility, sanctioned in 2018, achieved a step forward in the fight against corruption and its image worldwide. However, so far, no company has been charged under this law.

Source: La Nación