Corrupt Countries Robert Siegel talks with Nancy Boswell of Transparency International about the methodology behind their study that evaluates perceptions of public corruption in 102 countries. The study ranked Finland least corrupt and Bangladesh most corrupt, and the United States was 16th. The authors of the study concluded that two-thirds of the world's countries are rife with corruption. Transparency International is an anti-corruption group based in Berlin.
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Robert Siegel talks with Nancy Boswell of Transparency International about the methodology behind their study that evaluates perceptions of public corruption in 102 countries. The study ranked Finland least corrupt and Bangladesh most corrupt, and the United States was 16th. The authors of the study concluded that two-thirds of the world's countries are rife with corruption. Transparency International is an anti-corruption group based in Berlin.