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    What is the difference between "corruption" and "misappropriation"?

    Especially, in light of "corruption of assets of an entity" vs. "misappropriation of assets of an entity". What is the difference?

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    Re: What is the difference between "corruption" and "misappropriation"?

    I don't know how assets can be corrupted, unless it is talking about something physical, like rust.

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