Corruption Endemic in Central America and Mexico

June 06, 2021

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Testimony by CFR fellows and experts before Congress.

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Corruption in Central America has become pervasive, insidious, and systematic. And, as much as any other factor, it spurs migration. The United States should partner with non-governmental organizations, civil society, and private businesses in delivering aid. It should also foster partnerships with with non-governmental organizations, civil society, and private businesses in delivering U.S. aid.

 

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