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FRONTLINE/World | Why Should We Care? | PBS

Duration: 03:41

www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/sto... Lowell Bergman talks about the social costs of bribery, pointing to the example of oil rich Nigeria, which has suffered catastrophically from endemic corruption. The clip is part of an ongoing FRONTLINE and FRONTLINE/World project examining the global impact of bribery and increased international efforts to police corruption, called "The Business of Bribes." The unfolding online investigation will lead up a FRONTLINE documentary, "Black Money."

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Post Date: March 17, 2009