The rampant corruption in these countries is so prevalent, it will take many years of such inspections for the parties to be convinced that they are the new "NORM", rather than just an exception. Owners are accustomed to being able to buy their way AROUND such inspections, or at least buy their way OUT OF any consequences. The Authorities, on the other hand are accustomed to supplementing their incomes with the Owner's bribes. If they do get caught in one, they used to be able to wait a year or two and everything would return to "Business as Usual".
This isn't just changing a few rules, it is changing an entire culture. Many of the wealthy in such countries, consider the poor to be, somehow, less than human, and certainly a LOWER CLASS than they are. It's so bad, that servants and employees are still sometimes physically abused (slapped, kicked), for displeasing their "bosses".
Before all you critics and doubting Thomas', jump me, for saying it, this isn't something I imagined. I've actually witnessed it, and a lot more than just once or twice.