Bribery And Corruption Of India

716 WordsJul 21, 20153 Pages
In this article, the author was able to engage the mind of the readers through justified usage of substantial information, text structure and language. The author is aware that the readers has effective and cognitive needs where information provided need to backed with solid proof and statistics, and the needs of effective presentation which “hooks” them from the beginning, the article is written with its original and familiar substances, to attract the attention of the readers emotionally and intellectually and the presentation of the case that gives a voice. The topic of bribery in India or any other countries for that matter, it is utmost important that we understand the points raised correctly and precisely. For this article, the viewpoint by the author was clear, coherent, and elaborated accordingly to the challenges faced by international firms in the form of bribery and corruption in doing business in the national or state level in India. For every argument, relevant and sufficient references were provided. The purpose of the author was to explain how bribery was involved in all of the businesses operated in India, and how this affects the people, business and their government. The author’s idea is stated, then elaborated upon so that the reader can visualize and build their own perception and to be able to interpret and understand the bribery in India, and to a conclusion that India’s state of bribery was serious, unfair and non-transparent. Providing viewpoint
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