Thursday, April 25, 2013

The Level of Public Sector Corruption in 176 Countries

An article regarding this subject along with the map to support it was posted a few month back on the Washington Post.
The article shows the level of public sector corruption in 176 countries around the globe.
According to this map, Greece's position is 94 with a score of 36 points, the same as India, Djibouti and Senegal.
Romania's position in the top is 68 with 44 points, along with Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. 
The top three countries where corruption is virtually in existent are Denmark, Finland and New Zealand. 
At the opposite pole there are Somalia, Afghanistan and North Korea with the lowest score in the chart, 8 points. 


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