These Israelis want to do business in Africa. Can they succeed without bribes? – Business

At the international airport serving the Nigerian capital of Lagos – a city of as many as 25 million people – there are just three passport control officers on hand when we land. As we wait on line, one makes a motion to show that he’s hungry and asks if we have anything to give him. Not wanting to pay him a bribe to enter the country, we answer, “We are the guests of former president of Nigeria Olusegon Obasanjo.”

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