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We are pleased to present the 2007 PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Economic Crime Survey results — the largest study of its kind now available worldwide. In our fourth biennial survey, we interviewed senior representatives of more than 5,400 companies in 40 countries, including 125 leading companies within Russia, providing us with unparalleled depth of insight into perceptions, awareness and impact of economic crime on business around the world.
Our survey reveals that fraud remains one of the most problematic issues for business worldwide. Across the globe, 43% of companies have been the victims of economic crime in the last two years. In Russia, the overall figure is striking, at 59%; which is a 10% increase compared to our last Economic Crime Survey in 2005 (49%), and is well above the average for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) (50%).