Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Corruption index 2012 from Transparency International: find out how countries compare | News | guardian.co.uk

Corruption index 2012 from Transparency International: find out how countries compare | News | guardian.co.uk:

Wednesday 5 December 2012 06.01 GMT

Sweden
Ranked no. 4 in the world for transparency

1=most transparent, 174=most corrupt

Sweden has changed by 0 places since 2011 

In 2012, Sweden's transparency score was 88 out of 100

Which country is most corrupt? North Korea is still officially considered the world's most corrupt country, along with Somalia and Afghanistan. But why has the US gone up six places and the UK's score worsened? See how the annual corruption index has changed
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Corruption index 2012 graphic. Click image to enlarge
How corrupt is your government? Troubled regimes may have fallen around the globe but the latest corruption index from Transparency International shows the old problems are as rife as they ever were.

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