The PricewaterhouseCoopers 2009 Global Economic Crime Survey includes a measure of the percentage of respondents from various territories who reported suffering some type of fraud. Canada fares very badly in this survey, with 56% of respondents reporting fraud. Only three of the 54 countries surveyed fared worse: Russia (71%), South Africa (62%) and Kenya (57%).
The table below lists the countries with the best and worst results on this measure.
PwC 2009 Global Economic Crime Survey, Table 2
|Territories that reported high levels of fraud (40% or more)||% of organisations reporting fraud|
|Territories that reported low levels of fraud (20% or less)||% of organisations reporting fraud|
For more about this survey see: PwC 2009 Global Economic Crime Survey (pdf)
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