Michelle Gavin, a member of the Board of Directors of the TRACE Institute and an International Affairs Fellow at the Council on Foreign relations, said that the information received through BRIBELine will be organized in ways that could be of great value to corporations.
"If you known the terrain, then it is easier to map out a strategy to avoid the bribe demands," she
said that the data that will be collected is not designed to create a corruption ranking of countries.
Rather, the data will contribute to providing the public, through annual reports, with greater insights into the corruption situation in different countries.
The date will also be useful in highlighting new trends, she