Ten of the world’s most corrupt countries named

Ten of the world’s most corrupt countries named
Somalia leads the 10 most corrupt countries in the world, followed by South Sudan, North Korea, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya, Afghanistan, Guinea-Bissau and Venezuela according to Transparency International's latest annual review.
Somalia has held the undesirable title as the world's most corrupt country for the past 10 years. Transparency International uses a mix of business and government sources for its rankings.
These countries have a "vicious circle between corruption, unequal distribution of power in society and unequal distribution of wealth," the report said
Transparency’s ranking has become a benchmark gauge of perceptions of corruption and is used by analysts and investors.


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