Iran’s Corruption Perceptions Index Improves
Economy, Domestic Economy
Saturday, February 24, 2018

Iran’s Corruption Perceptions Index Improves

Iran’s score based on the Corruption Perceptions Index improved by a notch in 2017 with 30 out of 100, a report by global graft monitor Transparency International announced.  The CPI scale indicates that zero indicates highly corrupt while 100 is perceived to be very clean.  The country’s ranking also improved by one place, as it is now ranked 130 out of 180 countries.  This year, New Zealand and Denmark ranked highest with scores of 89 and 88 respectively.  


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