India seen as most corrupt mining country, poll shows

By John Ollett
Published: Friday, 24 February 2012

Report also finds that New Brunswick, Canada, is best place for mining

India is seen to be the most corrupt mining economy in the world, according to a global survey of exploration companies carried out by Canadian researcher, Fraser Institute.

India topped both the “corruption” and “regulatory duplication and inconsistencies” polls, ahead of other countries such as Zimbabwe, Philippines, Russia and the...

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