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Corruption Perceptions Index (source: Transparency International)

score scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean)
The indicator is a composite index based on a combination of surveys and assessments of corruption from 13 different sources and scores and ranks countries based on how corrupt a country’s public sector is perceived to be, with a score of 0 representing a very high level of corruption and a score of 100 representing a very clean country. The sources of information used for the 2017 CPI are based on data gathered in the 24 months preceding the publication of the index. The CPI includes only sources that provide a score for a set of countries/territories and that measure perceptions of corruption in the public sector. For a country/territory to be included in the ranking, it must be included in a minimum of three of the CPI’s data sources. The CPI is published by Transparency International.

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Code: sdg_16_50
Last update: 12/02/20
Oldest data: 2012
Most recent data: 2019
Number of values: 320
Themes: General and regional statistics