Transparency International’s latest annual review shows that Afghanistan has taken itself out of the list of the world’s most corrupt countries. Afghanistan has secured 4 additional points in the index in 2016 and is placed 169th position in the rankings table. The report further states that Sudan, Yemen, Libya and South Sudan are the most corrupt countries, while New Zealand and Denmark were tied in 1st place as the world’s cleanest countries, followed by Finland, Switzerland and Sweden.The review added that no country gets close to a perfect score in the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016. The improvement in Afghanistan’s ranking follows the government’s efforts to fight corruption, especially in having liquidated the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA), the largest ever obstacle for local and foreign investors and the most corrupt institution in the world.
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