Cambodia one point less corrupt
- Cambodia improved ONE POINT in its corruption level, according to Transparency International.
- It has the same rank of Myanmar, both 156th position in 177 countries.
- Thailand scored 38 – the level goes from 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean.)
Cambodia improved one point in its transparency perception this year with 21, sharing the 156th position with its neighbour Myanmar. The measurement goes from 0 being the most corrupt and 100 as the most transparent, a system created by Transparency International.
In 2010 the Cambodian government passed the Anti-Corruption Law and created the Anti-Corruption Unit to prosecute cases such as bribery, extortion and fraud, while organizing educational events to promote transparency. In October 2013 the government ordered the creation of a proper taxation of imports by custom officials to prevent corruption at the customs.