Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Italy slumps in world corruption rankings


Rome, December 5 - Italy has slid three notches to
72nd place in Transparency International's 2012 Corruption
Perception Index released Wednesday.
On a 100-point scale, the country scored 42, well behind
countries such as Namibia and Rwanda, according to the
Berlin-based NGO, which measured perceived levels of
public-sector corruption in 176 countries and territories around
the world.
Greece, which fell to 94th place, and Italy were seen has
having suffered from increased corruption amid the global
economic crisis.
Denmark, Finland and New Zealand were perceived as the most
virtuous with 90 points each, while Afghanistan, North Korea and
Somalia shared last place with 8 points each.

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