Sweden scores high in anti-corruption index

According to Transparency International’s 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index, Sweden is the fourth least corrupt country in the world, after Denmark, New Zealand and Finland.

Britain is in fourteenth place and the United States is number 17.

Transparency International says the countries seen as most corrupt in the world are Afghanistan, Sudan, North Korea, and Somalia.

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