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Most Corrupt Countries in the world

expose-corruption.jpgTransparency International (TI) is a leading international non-governmental organization addressing corruption. This includes, but is not limited to, political corruption.  Due to the hidden nature of corruption and the paucity of criminal convictions, scientific evidence is difficult to come by.

TI has index from 0 to 10 , which is a corruption score. The higher the score, the less corrupt the country.

In 2007 , with a CPI ‘score’ of 9.6 are Finland, Iceland and New Zealand are the countries with very very little corruption.
At the bottom, with a score of 1.8 is Haiti is the most corrupt country in the world.

Countries that have significantly improved their rating since the 2005 index were Algeria, Czech Republic, India, Japan, Latvia, Lebanon, Mauritius, Paraguay, Slovenia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, and Uruguay.

Least Corrupt  countries

Finland, Iceland and New Zealand

Here is the list of Most Corrupt Countries in the world from forbes

1. Haiti
2. Myanmar
3. Iraq
4. Guinea (Conakry)
5. Sudan
6. Democratic Republic Congo/Kinshasa
7. Chad
8. Bangladesh
9. Uzbekistan
10. Equatorial Guinea
11. Cote d’Ivoire
12. Cambodia
13. Belarus
14. Turkmenistan
15. Tajikistan
16. Sierra Leone
17. Pakistan
18. Nigeria
19. Kyrgyszstan
20. Kenya
21. Republic of Congo Brazzaville
22. Angola
23. Venezuela
24. Niger
25. Ecuador
26. Cameroon


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