Nothing is Rotten in the State of Denmark


By:Henrik Kurzawa

Denmark, Finland and New Zealand are the world’s most corruption-free states according to Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index.

Denmark is again among the least corrupt nations of the world

Once again Denmark tops Transparency Internationals list as one of least corruption countries in the world. With a score of 90 points out of 100 Denmark tops the Corruption Perceptions Index 2012. This time the no. 1 spot is joined with Finland and New Zealand.

The Corruption Perceptions Index

The internationally recognised institution Transparency International's annually publishes The Corruption Perceptions Index. The index indicates the perceived corruption level in most countries of the world.

Currently 176 countries listed in the Corruption Perceptions Index. At the top of the corruption-free scale you will find countries like Sweden, Singapore and Switzerland alongside Denmark, Finland and New Zealand.

At the bottom of the list you will find countries like Myanmar, Sudan, Afghanistan, North Korea and Somalia.

On the map you can see a graphical representation of Transparency International's index. You can learn more about The Corruption Perceptions Index and the Danish society here:

The Corruption Perceptions Index

The Danish Society


The Corruption Perception Index
The Corruption Perception Index 2012

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