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Transparency International New Zealand

PO Box 10123, The Terrace, Wellington 6143

Corruption Perceptions Index

Scoring 180 countries around the world, the Corruption Perceptions Index is the leading global indicator of public sector corruption.

New Zealand has a score of 85 this year, with a change of -2 since last year, meaning it ranks 3 out of 180 countries.

Find out about key corruption issues in New Zealand in CPI 2023 for Asia Pacific: Regional stagnation marked by inadequate delivery of anti-corruption commitments

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CPI 2022: Trouble at the top

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While 2022 has seen some progress, advanced economies are still not pulling their weight in the fight against cross-border corruption.

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CPI 2021: Trouble at the top

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The 2021 CPI shows that top-scoring countries’ complacency has been detrimental not only to global anti-corruption efforts but also to their own affairs.

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