Bangladesh has dropped two notches in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2023 of Transparency International and now ranks 10th from the bottom.
Bangladesh has gone up three steps higher than the previous year in Transparency International's global Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2019. However, Bangladesh has scored 26 out of 100, the same as 2018.
Transparency International (TI) released its Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2018 on January 29, 2019. Bangladesh has scored 26 out of 100, two points lower than the 28 in 2017. The slide is worse in terms of ranking. Bangladesh has been ranked in the 149th position from the top among 180 countries, which is six steps lower than the 143rd in 2017.
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