Transparency Int Corruption Perceptions ranking

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The following is a list of the top- and bottom-ranked 10 nations on graft watchdog Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions Index, released on Tuesday.

The index score relates to perceptions of the degree of corruption as seen by country analysts and business people and ranges between zero, which is highly corrupt, and 100, which is very clean.

(The equals symbol means nations share the same rank)

TOP TEN

=1. Denmark 91

=1. New Zealand 91

=3. Finland 89

=3. Sweden 89

=5. Norway 86

=5. Singapore 86

7. Switzerland 85

8. Netherlands 83

=9. Australia 81

=9. Canada 81

BOTTOM TEN

=168. Syria 17

=168. Turkmenistan 17

=168. Uzbekistan 17

171. Iraq 16

172. Libya 15

173. South Sudan 14

174. Sudan 11

=175. Afghanistan 8

=175. North Korea 8

=175. Somalia 8


© 2013 AFP

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