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Global Corruption Barometer 2005

The Global Corruption Barometer is one of TI’s tools for measuring corruption internationally. Through its focus on public opinion, the Barometer complements the Corruption Perceptions Index and Bribe Payers Index, which are based on the opinions of experts and business leaders. First carried out in 2003 in 45 countries, and then again in 2004 in 64 countries, the Barometer now encompasses almost 70 countries - including previously uncovered nations such as Cambodia, Chile, Ethiopia, Paraguay, Senegal, Serbia, Thailand and Ukraine.

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