Corruption Perceptions Index 2022

The newest Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released by Transparency International reveals that most countries have made little to no progress in tackling corruption in more than a decade. The CPI scores 180 countries and territories around the world based on perceptions of public sector corruption. High-scoring countries on the Index have lower bribery levels, but they are not corruption-free. Corruption in countries at the top of the Index usually takes less flagrant forms: blurred lines between politics and business, inadequate controls on political finance, opaque lobbying and revolving doors between industries and their regulators.

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