Mexico And US Compared on Worldwide "Corruption Perceptions Index"
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Transparency International recently released its 2006 report, with its Corruption Perceptions Index, available for your perusal here .

According to the folks at Transparency, the least corrupt countries in the world this year were Finland, Iceland and New Zealand, each with a score of 9.6 (out of 10). At the bottom of the list was Haiti, with a score of 1.8. (Every country in the world was not on the list though).

Mexico came in at #70, with a score of 3.3, and tied with Brazil, China, Egypt, Ghana, India, Peru, Saudi Arabia and Senegal. The U.S.A. was at #20 with a score of 7.3, and tied with Belgium and Chile.

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