Transparency International corruption rankings 2015

According to the study, more than six billion people live in countries with a serious corruption problem

Transparency International corruption rankings 2015

World Bulletin / News Desk

Following is a list of the top- and bottom-ranked 10 nations, plus 10 key economies in the mid-range, on graft watchdog Transparency International's 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index, published Wednesday.

The watchdog uses data from institutions including the World Bank, the African Development Bank and business school IMD to compile the perceptions of the scale of public sector corruption.

The score runs from zero, which is highly corrupt, to 100, which is very clean.

The equals symbol means nations share the same rank.

1. Denmark 91

2. Finland 90

3. Sweden 89

4. New Zealand 88

5. Netherlands 87

= Norway 87

7. Switzerland 86

8. Singapore 85

9. Canada 83

10. Germany 81

= Luxembourg 81

= United Kingdom 81

...

16. United States 76

66. Turkey 42

83. China 37

119. Russia 29

165. Sudan 12

166. Afghanistan 11

167. North Korea 8

= Somalia 8

Full report can be found here.

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