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Mapped: Corruption in Countries Around the World

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I assume that someone in Ottawa bribed them for a good result ;)

Mapped: Corruption in Countries Around the World​


How bad is public sector corruption around the world, and how do different countries compare?


No matter your system of government, the public sector plays a vital role in establishing your economic mobility and political freedoms. Measuring corruption—the abuse of power for private gain—reveals how equal a system truly is.


For more than a decade, the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) by Transparency International has been the world’s most widely-used metric for scoring corruption. This infographic uses the 2021 CPI to visualize corruption in countries around the world, and the biggest 10-year changes.


Which Countries are Most (and Least) Corrupt?​


How do you measure corruption, which includes behind-the-scenes deals, nepotism, corrupt prosecution, and bribery?


Over the last few decades, the CPI has found success doing so indirectly through perceptions.
By aggregating multiple analyses from country and business experts, the index assigns each country a score on a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 is very clean.


Here are the results of the 2021 CPI, with the least corrupt countries at the top:


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…and WE “Charity”…and paid for vacations with the Aga Kahn…and…

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Apparently it’s a hang-over from all of JT’s corruption scandals and our lax money laundering laws/enforcement.

Yup…amongst the long list of government failings, Canada is the only G7 nation that still allows numbered companies to buy real estate, which lets money-laundering run rampant.

Edit: the main issue is ‘Beneficial Owenership’ transparency (actually the lack thereof) to be able to identify the actual owner of the property.
 
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Apparently it’s a hang-over from all of JT’s corruption scandals and our lax money laundering laws/enforcement.

Canada's is really good fighting money enforcement with truckers. Real estate on the other hand, impossible I tell you!
 
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