Thursday, December 6, 2012

Transparency International Releases New Corruption Perceptions Index

The international watchdog organization, Transparency International, has released
its annual Corruption Perceptions Index. The index measures perceived corruption in 176 countries. Once again this year, Afghanistan, North Korea, and Somalia are considered most corrupt. Denmark, New Zealand and Finland tied for least corrupt. The United States is ranked 19th.

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