Mark Moody-Stuart
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Former Shell boss on tackling corruption

One in four of us, across the world, has paid a bribe in the past year, according to a new poll released to mark International Anti-Corruption Day.

The survey by Transparency International found that six out of 10 people in the world believe corruption has increased over the past few years.

The BBC spoke recently to the former boss of Shell, Mark Moody-Stuart about corruption.

He told Justin Rowlatt about the progress being made to stamp out bribery in his own industry, and why paying up is always the wrong thing to do.

  • 09 Dec 2010