Fedoriuk liudmyla. The Genesis Of Opposition And Responsibility For Financial Abuses In Foreign Economic Activity

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Submitted on: Nov 27, 2023, 04:23:14

Description: These recommendations are part of what is obviously a much broader and more comprehensive agenda for the continued strengthening of efforts to combat organized crime and corruption in Ukraine. Nevertheless, they represent a carefully considered set of priorities that promise to overcome continued deficiencies while also building on the progress that Ukraine has already made in what will continue to be an enormously tough endeavor. It is as well to keep in mind that the fight against organized crime is typically characterized as much by setbacks as by success, as much by failure and disappointment as triumph and acclaim. Organized crime is like a constantly mutating virus that out-maneuvers all efforts to destroy it. If it can be isolated and quarantined and then harm can be limited. Yet even this modest objective is one that is enormously difficult to attain. The initiatives suggested here are certainly no guarantee of success even in harm reduction. Yet without such measures, the only certainty is failure - and the eventual emergence of Ukraine as a state and economy captured and dominated by organized crime. The implementation of a strategy that is comprehensive in scope while highly selective in its targets and priorities offers at least some hope that such an outcome can be avoided.

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