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Serbia's Corruption Perceptions Index

LEVEL OF CORRUPTION PERCEPTION (2021)


Governments sometimes manipulate GDP data. For example GDP data can be manipulated through the calculation of price indexes. They can stop publishing important data prior to elections. They try to abolish independent statistics bureaus. They try to add questions that will bias responses to Census data. They leave in place price indexes known to be unreliable and impacting heavily and negatively on crucial pensions systems and so on.

The Transparency International Corruptions Perception Index is used as a proxy for assessing the level of government corruption for each economy.

The CPI ranges on a scale from 0-100 where 0 is absolute corruption and 100 is no perception of government corruption. Serbia's level of Corruption Perception is 38 against a global average of 44.5.

Serbia's data is highlighted in the table below, use the filter and sort order options to allow easy comparison with other countries.

Data source: Transparency International, Berlin


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Denmark 88
Finland 88
New Zealand 88
Norway 85
Singapore 85
Sweden 85
Switzerland 84
Netherlands 82
Luxembourg 81
Germany 80
United Kingdom 78
Hong Kong 76
Iceland 74
Ireland 74
Estonia 74
Austria 74
Canada 74
Australia 73
Belgium 73
Japan 73
Uruguay 73
France 71
United Arab Emirates 69
Bhutan 68
Taiwan 68
Chile 67
United States 67
Bahamas, The 64
Qatar 63
Portugal 62
Korea, Rep. 62
Lithuania 61
Spain 61
Latvia 59
Israel 59
Costa Rica 58
Cabo Verde 58
Slovenia 57
Poland 56
Italy 56
Georgia 55
Botswana 55
Czech Republic 54
Malta 54
Mauritius 54
Rwanda 53
Saudi Arabia 53
Cyprus 53
Oman 52
Slovak Republic 52
Namibia 49
Jordan 49
Greece 49
Armenia 49
Malaysia 48
Croatia 47
China 45
Romania 45
South Africa 44
Tunisia 44
Jamaica 44
Hungary 43
Ghana 43
Senegal 43
Kuwait 43
Bulgaria 42
Burkina Faso 42
Bahrain 42
Benin 42
Belarus 41
Trinidad and Tobago 41
India 40
Guyana 39
Ethiopia 39
Colombia 39
Suriname 39
Tanzania 39
North Macedonia 39
Morocco 39
Vietnam 39
Lesotho 38
Serbia 38
Turkey 38
Brazil 38
Argentina 38
Indonesia 38
Gambia 37
Sri Lanka 37
Kazakhstan 37
Moldova 36
Panama 36
Peru 36
Ecuador 36
Cote d'Ivoire 36
Albania 35
Bosnia and Herzegovina 35
Thailand 35
Mongolia 35
Malawi 35
Sierra Leone 34
El Salvador 34
Egypt 33
Algeria 33
Philippines 33
Nepal 33
Zambia 33
Ukraine 32
Eswatini 32
Gabon 31
Niger 31
Mexico 31
Papua New Guinea 31
Paraguay 30
Togo 30
Kenya 30
Laos 30
Dominican Republic 30
Azerbaijan 30
Bolivia 30
Angola 29
Liberia 29
Mali 29
Russia 29
Pakistan 28
Mauritania 28
Myanmar 28
Uzbekistan 28
Uganda 27
Kyrgyzstan 27
Cameroon 27
Bangladesh 26
Madagascar 26
Mozambique 26
Tajikistan 25
Guatemala 25
Guinea 25
Central African Republic 24
Nigeria 24
Lebanon 24
Cambodia 23
Honduras 23
Zimbabwe 23
Guinea-Bissau 21
Congo, Rep. 21
Comoros 20
Chad 20
Haiti 20
Nicaragua 20
Sudan 20
Turkmenistan 19
Burundi 19
Congo, Dem. Rep 19
Libya 17
Afghanistan 16
Yemen, Rep. 16



Key:
Corruption Perceptions Index numbers shown on a scale of 0-100.
         0 = High levels of corruption, 100 = Low levels of corruption.




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