corruption index 2012

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Transparency International has consistently warned Europe to address corruption risks in the public sector to tackle the financial crisis, calling for strengthened efforts to corruption-proof public institutions.

Denmark, Finland and New Zealand held on to their top slots in the ranking, while Afghanistan,North Korea and Somalia remained at the bottom.

Greece is ranked the most corrupt country in the 27-nation European Union.

source: bloomberg


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