As reported by Censor.NET citing Transparency International, Ukraine is the 130th on the list, together with Cameroon, Iran, Nepal, Nicaragua and Paraguay. The country scored 27 points of 100 possible.
All of Ukraine's neighbors scored higher for the purpose of the rating: Russia is the 119th, Belarus the 107th, Moldova the 103rd, Romania the 58th, Slovakia and Hungary the 50th, and Poland the 30th.
The top 10 countries in the list include Denmark, Finland, Sweden, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Singapore, Canada, Germany/Luxembourg/Great Britain.
At the 2014 rating, Ukraine scored 142nd place out of 175.
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