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In addition to being rising powers and Southern democracies, South Africa, Brazil and India also share a less-desirable feature: the scourge of corruption. Efforts to address the problem face different obstacles in each country. In South Africa, the single-party dominance of the ANC has led to a culture of entitlement. In Brazil, anti-corruption measures and public impatience are often undermined by inefficient enforcement mechanisms. And in India, reducing the friction of government administration might require a technological approach.
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