Corruption Perceptions Index Articles

Corruption Perceptions Index 2013

3 December 2013

NEW ZEALAND TOPS 2013 GLOBAL ANTI-CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX

For 2013 Denmark and New Zealand tie for first place in Transparency International’s annual Global Corruption Perceptions Index due to perceptions that their public sectors have the lowest levels of corruption.

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NZ Tops 2013 CPI

1 December 2013

On 3 December 2013, The Transparency International Secretariat in Berlin released its annual Global Corruption Perceptions Index. The Index, which ranks the public sector of 177 countries across the world, has consistently shown New Zealand as a country with a strong reputation for clean government. For 2013 Denmark and New Zealand tie for first place in the index due to perceptions that their public sectors have the lowest levels of corruption.

While welcoming this recognition for New Zealand, the local chapter of Transparency International is promising that its soon to be released assessment of New Zealand’s integrity, Integrity Plus New Zealand 2013 National Integrity System Assessment, will provide a much more detailed report on the country’s vulnerability to corruption.

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2012 Corruption Perceptions Index

5 December 2012

The 2012 CPI places Denmark, Finland and New Zealand in a tie for first place helped by strong access to information systems and rules governing the behaviour of those in public positions.

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2012 CPI brochure EN

5 December 2012

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2011 Corruption Perceptions Index Ranks New Zealand As The Least Corrupt Country

1 December 2011

2011 Corruption Perceptions Index Ranks New Zealand as the Least Corrupt Country

On 1 December 2011, Transparency International released its annual Global Corruption Perceptions Index. The Index, compiled by the Transparency International Secretariat in Berlin, shows that New Zealand is perceived as the least corrupt country internationally.

The Index, which ranks 182 countries across the world, has consistently shown New Zealand as a country with a strong reputation for clean government.

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