Singapore Seals 6th Spot in Least Corrupted Country – Annual Index
Singapore has sealed the 6th spot in an annual ranking of least corrupted countries in 2017, Singapore makes an improvement of one position and currently holding the 6th position from the seventh position in 2016.
Singapore- Proved how to be a least corrupted country.
According to Transparency International’s (TI) Corruptions Perceptions Index released on Wednesday (Feb 21), Singapore received a score of 84 among 180 countries. Actually, this report illustrates that how a country is least corrupted and how the another is more corrupted in this world.
The index measures perceived levels of public sector corruption globally, rating countries on a scale from zero, which is highly corrupt, to 100, which is very clean. The ranking is also based on 13 surveys covering expert assessments and views of business people.
Within Asia(Pacific Region), Singapore was just behind of New Zealand, which is at the 1st position as the least corrupted country with a score of 89 points.
The next highest scores in the region were given to Australia and Hong Kong, which tied at 13th place, Japan at 20th place and Taiwan at 29th.