4 myths about corruption

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Kate Whiting
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This year’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) shows corruption by score in countries around the world.
Highest and lowest scoring regions for corruption. Image: Transparency International
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Recommendations for ending corruption and restoring trust in politics. Image: Transparency International

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