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  • Yes it reduce less corruption.

    Inspiring the movie special 26 tells us that the government people are most selfish giving the example of patwari he cannot do our work without getting a bit money . The cbi officers the most common example for the statement sorry i dont wanted to hurt any 1 but im in the favour of the statement.

  • Yes, privatization will reduce the corruption in India:

    What privatization provides is a good quality products and services because of the competition they face in gaining market share. Bribes leads to negative publicity of the company which his always harmful for business. Corruption can be dealt only with strict laws and regulations. There can still be a slight chance of corruption in Privatization but if the right laws are enforced then we can over come corruption. But Surely Privatization will reduce the Corruption if not eliminate it completely.

  • Yes, Privatization will reduce corruption:

    What privatization provides is a good quality products and services because of the competition they face in gaining market share. Bribes leads to negative publicity of the company which his always harmful for business. Corruption can be dealt only with strict laws and regulations. There can still be a slight chance of corruption in Privatization but if the right laws are enforced then we can over come corruption. But Surely Privatization will reduce the Corruption if not eliminate it completely.

  • Yes privatization reduces corruption

    Simple privatization brings competition and due to competion it creates oligopoly and in oligopoly to survive you need to be best and to be best you will provide good quality products for lesser costs. Whereas in only government sector there is monoploy and due to which more and more corruption is going on for less quality products.

  • Yes,privatisation reduce corruption some how....

    A non governmental based organisation has minute corruption when compared to a government based one. If we observe any government organisation in our daily life,we have to pay some bribes in every govt based ones.. On d other hand private institutions were merely gives a customer approach and satisfaction functions.... So privatisation merely reduce d corruption in our nation...

  • Yes, privatization some extend reduce the corruption in India:

    In country like India, people are involving in corruption because of money, power and greedy habit. According to my observation privation helps the people earn money without involving in corruption, basically what happens if an organist ion become privation their main motive is to catch the stakeholder,customers and society by not involving in corruption activity,But we all human being so greedy in every one blood, it cant be remove, so privatization somehow not Leeds to much corruption.

  • Yes it does because it reduces corporate greed.

    As someone who has seen both sides of the argument regarding going private or staying public, I can say with certainty that going private is much better at keeping corruption to a minimum. A private company has a need to deliver a moral product to its investors, and corruption hurts that.

  • YES to Reduce, No to eliminate

    There will not be so many people in very high powerful corporate positions who influence tons of corruption. Keeping everything more localized and having small business will make people not crave so much power, because right now our freedoms are being taken away. But when many freedoms are granted back, people will not be going to great lengths for control, influence, and power. The fight will be more for money, and it will be easier to create jobs and profits for everyday citizens. There won't be such a large need to have a high education therefore jobs will be more simpler, easier to come by, and easier to keep. Since there will be more employees, there will be less pressure for performance, and competition will be against other countries instead of other americans for the most part.

  • NO, Privatization doesn't reduce corruption. And It can't give equal service to everyone.

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • NO, privatization will appreciate the corruption

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • NO, privatization will appreciate the corruption

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • NO, privatization will appreciate the corruption

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • NO, privatization will appreciate the corruption

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • NO, privatization will appreciate the corruption

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • NO, privatization will appreciate the corruption

    Privatization never and ever reduce the corruption. Instead it encourages it and privatization can't give the good quality of service to the people. When Privatization takes place, everything will be based on the money. The people who are wealthy may get benefited, but the poor? They will undergo even more poverty. For an example, Education in India. In India the people are right to be educated but not equally. The Wealthy people getting good quality education and poor is not getting that of. Moreover, the private companies who are taking contract will undergo to the illegal activities to win the contract. So privatization can't be a good solution to reduce corruption.

  • No it happens in both

    Just by turning something from the public into something in the private whelm does not mean that it will simply reduce the amount of corruption. At the end of the day everybody is human how can we simply say that it will reduce the amount? You will have some in both.

  • No privatization does not reduce corruption

    No, I do not believe that privatization reduces corruption and instead causes more corruption. I think that privatization makes individuals think that they are above the law and governmental regulations, and privatization should be discouraged and instead more regulations through the government are needed to reduce the corruption if someone wants to privatize.

  • Privatization does not reduce corruption.

    I don't think there is much of an argument to be made that going private with services and what have you ends up reducing corruption. All you get is the private company being corrupt, instead of the public agency being the ones who are misusing public funds or otherwise doing illegal things.


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