Brazil Gets a 4 for Corruption. Worse than Botswana, But Better than Haiti.

    Chile, Uruguay and Costa Rica figure with the best qualifications among Latinamerican countries in a list regarding corruption, which was considered in the Fourth Global Forum on Fighting Corruption held in Brasília, the Brazilian capital.

    The one to ten points in the corruption perception list has Chile with seven points, Uruguay with six and Costa Rica with five.


    Top of the list with maximum points according to Tina Soreide from the Norwegian Research Institute are Denmark, Finland, Iceland and New Zealand.


    With nine points, Australia, Canada, Holland, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom followed by Austria, Belgium, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg and United States with eight points.


    Barbados, Chile, France, Japan, Malta and Spain have seven points; Uruguay, Bahrain, Botswana, Estonia, Israel, Oman, Portugal, Slovenia, Taiwan and Arab Emirates figure with six; South Africa, Italy and South Korea with five.


    Four points for Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Suriname and Trinidad Tobago; three points for Nicaragua and Dominican Republic.


    Finally with two figure Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Paraguay and Venezuela.


    The index is constructed on opinion polls considering the “corruption perception” of investors in different countries and who based on the information decide whether of invest or not.


    Mercopress – www.mercopress.com

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    • Guest

      DOES NOT MATTER
      USA WOULD MAKE THE WHOLE WORLD’S IT BITCH. SUCK ON THAT BRAZIL AND HAITI, AND THE REST OF THE WORLD AS WELL!!!!

    • Guest

      ya…
      you freakin whore your not even from brazil, ur sitting rite next to me

    • Guest

      8::::D- – –
      well. you go get your ppl. ill go get mine. i think i speak for every brazilian when i say we would kick your faggot haitian ass bitch.

    • Guest

      well…
      on the cia site it did say haiti pretty much had no army, but its becuz everyone thinks their cool and dont wanna mess with them

    • Guest

      ya huh doood
      haiti blows.
      you search for haiti, best place of all
      & it comes up “Haiti, best nightmare on earth. brazil would sooo kick haiti’s ass in a war suck it bra.

    • Guest

      noo freaking way
      in haiti i saw some many cooler sites than brazil has, and wtf spells brazil with two z’s?

    • Guest

      cooldickcheese
      Brazil is waaayyy better than HAIti doooood

    • Guest

      deals
      Think of deals being made by Brazilians in Haiti today. Big money.

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