Israel ranks 32nd in Transparency International's Corruption Index

Israel ranks 32nd in Cor

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November 17, 2009 12:18

 
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Israel ranked 32nd in Transparency International's annual Corruption Index on Tuesday, after coming in 33rd last year. Persian Gulf neighbors Qatar and the UAE were found to be less corrupt than Israel. Half of the EU member states, however, ranked as more corrupt. Iraq, Sudan, Myanmar and Somalia were listed as the nations most plagued by corruption, while New Zealand was listed as the least corrupt.

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