Corruption Perceptions Index 2018

Rank

89 / 180

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index. Learn more.

Score

38 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). Learn more.

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Trade unions and civil society call on G20 to protect whistleblowers

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Indonesia: Overview of Corruption and Anti-Corruption

Asia Pacific: little to no progress on anti-corruption

With an average score of just 44 for three consecutive years, the Asia Pacific region is making little progress in the fight against corruption. Why is Asia Pacific making little to no progress in its anti-corruption efforts? One of the reasons is an overall weakening of democratic institutions and political rights.

Solidarity with Indonesian anti-corruption commission

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Best practices in tax amnesty and asset repatriation programmes

International Anti-Corruption Conference opens with renewed commitments to action from governments, businesses, international orgs

Slow, Imperfect Progress across Asia Pacific

While no country in the Asia Pacific region scores a perfect 100, not even New Zealand or Singapore, which both experienced their share of scandals in the last year, our analysis reveals little progress across the region.

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Procedural reforms in the judiciary to fight impunity

Real lives, real stories: the Asia Pacific region

Unearthing corruption risks in mining approvals

From resource-rich West Africans nations, to the mining giants of the Pacific and North America, every time a government signs a deal to allow mining of its natural resources there are corruption risks – no matter where that country is.

Combatting corruption in mining approvals

Anti-Corrruption Agencies must start prosecuting the powerful to gain credibility

How to make anti-corruption agencies accountable and independent

Anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) are key to the fight against corruption, but to do this they need to be independent, publicly accountable and well-funded and staffed. In our new report we publish our findings of research into the strengths and weaknesses of ACAs in six Asian countries.

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