Transparency International recently released its new (2018) Corruption Perceptions Index data. The people of Denmark and New Zealand continue to perceive their countries as having the "cleanest" governments. The U.S. dropped four points, out of the top 20 "clean" countries, surpassed by Estonia and France. Brazil and Mexico continue to fall, and China's high-profile "anti-corruption" campaign does not seem to be having the desired effect. The people of Somalia, Syria, and South Sudan continue to experience their countries as the most corrupt. www.transparency.org/cpi2018
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