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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.
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.
Our new report warns that rampant corruption across Southeast Asia threatens to derail plans for greater economic integration.
Ahead of International Day to End Impunity, we focus on partnerships to ensure safer investigative reporting.
In Typhoon Haiyan's aftermath we focus on what needs to be done to keep aid transparent, so help reaches those it's intended for.
We surveyed 3,000 businesspeople in 30 countries about corruption. Our interactive tool reveals the results.