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In 2013 CIPE worked on

163 projects in 49 countries

CIPE has more than 100 staff working at our head office in Washington, DC, and in field offices located in Ukraine, Russia, Egypt, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

$18,556,843
total expenditures in 2013

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Latest News From CIPE:

July 1, 2013

How Good Corporate Governance Can Help Save Middle Eastern Economies in Crisis

Writing in the Huffington Post, CIPE Executive Director John D. Sullivan argues that improving corporate governance can help countries in the Middle East manage the transition to free market economies.

June 28, 2013

Survey Shows Lebanese Corruption at All-Time High

The Daily Star of Lebanon reports on a corruption survey carried out by CIPE partner the Lebanese Transparency Assocation:

"A majority, 61 percent, confessed to having paid bribes in order to accelerate the issuing of formal documents, with 25 percent saying they resorted to blackmail as they felt it was the only way to obtain a required service.

More than half said they knew beforehand how much the bribe would cost and whether the amount will be paid in cash."

May 9, 2013

CIPE Nigeria Country Director on Country's Business Environment

CIPE Nigeria Country Director Omowumi Gbadamosi was intereviewed recently by the Nigerian newspaper Punch about the country's challenging business environment. She talked about how companies in Nigeria struggle with poor infrastructure, the cost of financing, and the poor security enviornment in many parts of the country. "But the good thing is that the challenges are not insurmountable," she added.

Global Editorial Cartoon Competition Winners Announced

Three Winners Chosen by Voters from 642 Entries, 83 Countries

A picture is worth more than a thousand words – cartoons can speak across languages and across cultures. The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 Global Editorial Cartoon Competition. Artists from Iran, Spain, and Indonesia won in the Democratic Governance, Entrepreneurship, and Youth Empowerment categories.

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