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Corruption Perceptions Index - 2010
The Corruption perceptions index (CPI) measures the degree to which corruption is perceived to exist among public officials and politicians. Ratings range in value from 10 (least corrupt) to 0 (most corrupt). The survey measures public sector corruption, the abuse of public office for private gain. The CPI measures local and national governments, not domestic and foreign corporations doing business in these countries. The CPI is a composite index compiled from 17 surveys originating from 13 different independent institutions and a country is included in the CPI only if there are data available from 3 or more surveys. These surveys measure the perceptions of local residents, expatriates, business people, academics and risk analysts
Source: Transparency International

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Country Value
Algeria 2.9
Bahrain 4.9
Comoros 2.1
Djibouti 3.2
Egypt 3.1
Iraq 1.5
Jordan 4.7
Kuwait 4.5
Lebanon 2.5
Libya 2.2
Mauritania 2.3
Morocco 3.4
Oman 5.3
Qatar 7.7
Saudi Arabia 4.7
Somalia 1.1
Sudan 1.6
Syria 2.5
Tunisia 4.3
United Arab Emirates 6.3
Yemen 2.2