On the heels of the U.K.’s guidance on its new Bribery Act comes a survey that suggests businesses are deeply concerned about global corruption. Downright gloomy, in fact. One of the few upbeat responses concerns the new British law, about which compliance professionals are described as “most optimistic.”

Beyond that, there wasn’t much to cheer about in the biannual Dow Jones State of Anti-Corruption Survey, released on Thursday.

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