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“Transparency International” announced new rating table on level of corruption in world’s countries

20 December 2005 [11:00] - TODAY.AZ
The “Transparency International” public organization announced a new rating table on the level of corruption in the world’s countries.
The rating table is prepared on the basis of the poll held among the analysts and entrepreneurs According to the results of the year, Iceland, Finland, New Zealand, Denmark, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway, Australia, Austria, Holland and Great Britain were included in the list of the first ten countries having the least level of corruption. USA holds the 17th place in this list.

The least indicator of corruption in the former Soviet countries was registered in Estonia; “Transparency International” gave 27th place to this Baltic country. Lithuania holds the 44th place, Latvia 51st, Armenia and Moldova 88th, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine 107th, Russia 126th, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan 130th, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan 137th, Tajikistan 144th, and Turkmenistan 155th. The analysts consider that the mostly corrupt countries of the worlds are Chad and Bangladesh.

/APA/

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