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Iran Slips in Corruption Perception Index

Iran Slips in Corruption Perception Index Iran Slips in Corruption Perception Index

Iran’s Corruption Perceptions Index dropped by two points in 2019 to score 26 out of 100, according to a report by the global graft monitor Transparency International. 
As per the CPI scale, zero is perceived to be highly corrupt while 100 is perceived to be very clean. The country’s ranking also fell by eight places and is now ranked 146th out of 180 countries. 
The top spot is shared by New Zealand and Denmark with 87 points each. Notably, eight out of 10 countries in the top 10 are from western or northern Europe...

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