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Singapore's Corruption Perceptions Index

LEVEL OF CORRUPTION PERCEPTION (2022)


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. Singapore's level of Corruption Perception is 83 against a global average of 44.5.

Singapore'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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Afghanistan 24 E
Albania 36 C
Algeria 33 B
Angola 33 E
Argentina 38 D
Armenia 46 B
Australia 75 A
Austria 71 A
Azerbaijan 23 D
Bahamas, The 64 B
Bahrain 44 B
Bangladesh 25 D
Belarus 39 B
Belgium 73 A
Benin 43 C
Bhutan 68 E
Bolivia 31 E
Bosnia and Herzegovina 34 D
Botswana 60 C
Brazil 38 B
Brunei Darussalam E
Bulgaria 43 B
Burkina Faso 42 C
Burundi 17 E
Cabo Verde 60 C
Cambodia 24 E
Cameroon 26 D
Canada 74 A
Central African Republic 24 E
Chad 19 E
Chile 67 A
China 45 B
Colombia 39 B
Comoros 19 D
Congo, Dem. Rep 20 E
Congo, Rep. 21 E
Costa Rica 54 B
Cote d'Ivoire 37 D
Croatia 50 B
Cyprus 52 B
Czech Republic 56 A
Denmark 90 A
Dominican Republic 32 B
Ecuador 36 D
Egypt 30 D
El Salvador 33 C
Estonia 74 B
Eswatini 30 D
Ethiopia 38 E
Finland 87 A
France 72 A
Gabon 29 E
Gambia 34 D
Georgia 56 B
Germany 79 A
Ghana 43 C
Greece 52 A
Guatemala 24 C
Guinea 25 E
Guinea-Bissau 21 E
Guyana 40 E
Haiti 17 E
Honduras 23 E
Hong Kong 76 A
Hungary 42 C
Iceland 74 A
India 40 D
Indonesia 34 C
Ireland 77 A
Israel 63 A
Italy 56 A
Jamaica 44 E
Japan 73 A
Jordan 47 B
Kazakhstan 36 C
Kenya 32 D
Korea, Rep. 63 A
Kuwait 42 D
Kyrgyzstan 27 C
Laos 31 E
Latvia 59 B
Lebanon 24 C
Lesotho 37 D
Liberia 26 E
Libya 17 E
Lithuania 62 B
Luxembourg 77 A
Madagascar 26 E
Malawi 34 C
Malaysia 47 C
Mali 28 E
Malta 51 B
Mauritania 30 D
Mauritius 50 B
Mexico 31 C
Moldova 39 B
Mongolia 33 B
Morocco 38 C
Mozambique 26 D
Myanmar 23 D
Namibia 49 C
Nepal 34 E
Netherlands 80 A
New Zealand 87 A
Nicaragua 19 D
Niger 32 D
Nigeria 24 E
North Macedonia 40 B
Norway 84 A
Oman 44 B
Pakistan 27 C
Panama 36 D
Papua New Guinea 30 E
Paraguay 28 D
Peru 36 D
Philippines 33 C
Poland 55 B
Portugal 62 A
Qatar 58 B
Romania 46 B
Russia 28 C
Rwanda 51 C
Saudi Arabia 51 B
Senegal 43 C
Serbia 36 C
Sierra Leone 34 E
Singapore 83 A
Slovak Republic 53 B
Slovenia 56 A
South Africa 43 C
Spain 60 A
Sri Lanka 36 C
Sudan 22 E
Suriname 40 C
Sweden 83 A
Switzerland 82 A
Taiwan 68 C
Tajikistan 24 D
Tanzania 38 D
Thailand 36 D
Togo 30 C
Trinidad and Tobago 42 D
Tunisia 40 D
Turkey 36 B
Turkmenistan 19 C
Uganda 26 C
Ukraine 33 C
United Arab Emirates 67 A
United Kingdom 73 A
United States 69 A
Uruguay 74 B
Uzbekistan 31 D
Vietnam 42 D
Yemen, Rep. 16 E
Zambia 33 D
Zimbabwe 23 E



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


Data quality rating definitions:
         A: As good as it gets
         B: Good
         C: Use with caution
         D: Poor
         E: Extremely poor quality



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