China: Biggest Decline in Corruption Perceptions Index 2014 vs 2013

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The Corruption Perceptions Index, published annually, is a key tool for companies to assess growth or declines in corruption levels in individual markets, which impact profits and consumer confidence. The 2014 edition, ranking a total of 175 countries, reveals that China had the biggest decline globally compared with the previous year, dropping from 80th in 2013 out of 177 economies to 100th. Some key emerging markets such as Kazakhstan and Thailand were among the most improved in 2014.

 

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