Croatia's ranking unchanged in global corruption index.

By bne IntelliNews October 27, 2010
Croatia's corruption index remained unchanged at 4.1 in 2010, the latest report of Transparency International showed (TI). The country ranked 62nd among 178 countries in the survey, up by 4 places from the previous year. The corruption perceptions index ranges between 0 (highly corrupt) and 10 (corruption free). On a regional scale, Croatia ranked better than Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, as well as better than EU members Romania and Bulgaria.

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