Rank

81 / 180

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index.

Score

40 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean).

Integrity pacts: keeping public contracts corruption-free

Each year, governments spend trillions of dollars on public procurement. Our new guide shows how to keep those contracts clean.

World health day: challenging healthcare corruption around the world

To mark World Health Day on 7 April, we share stories of people standing up to healthcare corruption around the world.

Power of the crowd

After a bribe is refused, a maternal health clinic in India is threatened with closure until the community stands up to be counted.

Informed, empowered

In the rural district of Bihar, India, Altaf and his family are legally entitled to the land they’ve lived on for so long, but there’s a catch – they need to obtain a land entitlement certificate. And that's not so easy.

Corruption Perceptions Index 2013: Now is the time for action

The results of the 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index show that no government has room for complacency when it comes to fighting graft.

Fair play: strengthening integrity and transparency in cricket

With cricket in the news as Tendulkar retires and The Ashes arrive, we share recommendations to reform the sport's governance.

Emerging market multinational companies – ready for prime time?

Our new study assesses the corporate reporting practices of 100 large multinationals from emerging markets.

Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing Emerging Market Multinationals

Thousands speak out

When we held a mobile advice centre in India, we expected a few hundred people. By the end of the day, the total was in the thousands. Among them was 65 year old Ruti.

Building anti-corruption into the Millennium Development Goals

The MDGs aimed for major progress against inequality by 2015, but anti-corruption safeguards are needed to ensure success.

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