Legacy of graft hobbles Ukraine's recovery

Questions raised over country's ability to fight corruption as lenders prepare to rescue faltering economy.

    International lenders are preparing to pump billions into Ukraine to stabilise the economy.

    But many wonder how much could be siphoned off, given the country's history of corruption.

    Last year, Ukraine was called the most corrupt country in Europe - a label apparently confirmed by the extragavant excesses of ousted President Viktor Yanukovich, discovered after he left the capital.

    Al Jazeera's Jonuh Hull reports from Kiev.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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