Corruption perception index APAC 2018, by country

This statistic shows the perceived corruption of the countries in the Asia Pacific region, as calculated by the Corruption Perception Index in 2018. In that year, New Zealand was perceived as the least corrupt country with an index score of 87 out of 100.

Corruption perception index in the Asia Pacific region in 2018, by country

CountryIndex score
New Zealand 87
Singapore 85
Australia 77
Hong Kong 76
Japan 73
Bhutan 68
Taiwan 63
South Korea57
Malaysia 47
India 41
China 39
Sri Lanka 38
Indonesia 38
Mongolia 37
Philippines 36
Thailand 36
Timor-Leste 35
Vietnam 33
Pakistan 33
Nepal 31
Myanmar 29
Laos 29
Papua New Guinea 28
Bangladesh 26
Cambodia 20
Afghanistan 16
North Korea14
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Release date

January 2019



Survey time period


Supplementary notes

To compile the corruption perception index data is pooled from various surveys and studies and a score between 0 and 100 is calculated. A score of 0 indicates high perceptions of corruption and a score of 100 indicates that no corruption is perceived in the respective country. The original author does not provide details of exactly where data is sourced from to calculate this index.

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