2014 Corruption Index

In the most recent Transparency International corruption index, based on perceptions of various forms of public corruption in 174 nations, four Nordic countries plus New Zealand are rated cleanest, while Somalia, North Korea, and Sudan are most corrupt. InSight Crime argues that the TI index should give more weight to the impact of organized crime on state corruption. By its reckoning, for example,  Mexico is the most corrupt country in Latin America, not middle of the pack as judged by TI.

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