Corruption ranking shows which nations have best, worst reputations

12/10/2012 | CGMA Magazine

Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions Index shows that several countries in the Mediterranean region -- Greece and Italy for financial reasons and Egypt for political ones -- are seen as more corrupt this year than in 2011. The index uses various data to measure the perceived amount of transparency in a country's public sector. Denmark, Finland and New Zealand ranked the most transparent. See how other countries fared.

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