Corruption in China
The "Corruption Perceptions Index" for the public sector showed 60 points in China for 2016. The scale has a range from 0 to 100, in which corruption raises, the higher the number is. With this result China ranks 81st. So, compared to other countries it is slightly below average.
Compared to the previous year, in 2016 the level of corruption decreased a bit. In the long term, it has also declined moderately in recent years.
The ranking is led by Denmark with a value of 10. The sad last place is occupied by Somalia (90 points).
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Development of corruption in China 2003 - 2016
Development of the corruption index in China 2003 - 2016
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All data are evaluated annually by Transparency International
. For 2016 a total of 176 countries of all continents have been surveyed. The original "Corruption Perceptions Index" gives numbers from 0 to 100, where 100 ist the worst index (contrariwise here). The official value for China is given as 40 points in 2016. Therefore it would be a Anti-Corruption Index instead of a Corruption Index. For better clarity and an easier optical view of the graphs, these numbers were inverted here.