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Corruption Perception Index - 2022

Analysis of Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2022.

The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) is the oldest and most comprehensive corruption measurement tool in the world, analyzing the levels of corruption in the public sector of 180 countries and territories, scoring them from O (perceived as very corrupt) to 100 (very transparent), based on the perception of experts and business executives about the levels of corruption in the public sector.

The 2022 edition had an average overall score of 42.98 points. Portugal obtained a total of 62 points, securing 33rd place overall. At European level, it ranks 16th, the same position as last year.

Data source: Transparency International CPI Report – 2022


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