China’s CPI ranking improves

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Transparency International (TI) released its 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) on 23 January 2020. TI reports that the Asia-Pacific region has not witnessed substantial progress in anti-corruption efforts. With a regional average CPI score of 45, after many consecutive years of an average of 44, TI considers that there is a general stagnation across the region. Nevertheless, China’s global CPI ranking has improved by seven places, while its CPI score improved by two points. China continues to see active anti-corruption enforcement across different industries.

Highlights of 2019 CPI

The CPI continues to be an important gauge by companies in mitigating and managing corruption risks for their businesses in foreign countries. The 2019 CPI draws on 13 surveys and expert assessments to measure public sector corruption in 180 countries and territories, giving each a score from zero (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean).

Some highlights of the 2019 CPI:

  • China’s global ranking improved seven places to equal No. 80;
  • Australia moved up one rank to No. 12;
  • Malaysia up 10 places to No. 51;
  • Indonesia moved up four places to No. 85;
  • Vietnam moved up 11 places to No. 96; while
  • Singapore moved down one place to No. 4;
  • Japan moved down two places to No. 20;
  • India moved down two places to equal No. 80; and
  • Hong Kong moved down two places to No. 16.

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