Pakistan ranked 134 as Transparency International's Corruption Index 2011

Transparency International - A Brief Introduction
Transparency International is a well known civil society organization which struggle against corruption. Its mission is to create change towards corruption free world. It was established in 1993. Its international secretariat is in Berlin, Germany while its Pakistan office is in Karachi. 

CPI Corruption Perceptions Index
TI publishes CPI (Corruption Perceptions Index) annually. CPI is formed by countries' perceived level of corruption determined by surveys and experts evaluations from 0~10 while 0 shows highly corrupt and 10 shows very clean. In 2011 Transparency International measures CPI for 183 countries around the world.

Corruption in Pakistan according to CPI 2011
Pakistan scored 2.5 out of 10 and ranked at number 134 from 182 countries. Bangladesh, India, China, and Iran have better ranking as per CPI 2011 report.
Following table and graph show Pakistan ranking on CPI in previous years.
Corruption in Pakistan as per Transparency International CPI Report

Pakistan's CPI Score 2003~2011
Above graph shows that Pakistan's ranking is better than in 2010. It was also 2.5 in the year 2009 and 2004. The score was at its peak in 2003 while the lowest score was seen in 2005 and 2006.

CPI 2011 - Summary
New Zealand, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Singapore, Norway, Netherlands, Australia, Switzerland and Canada are Top 10 Corruption Free Countries. The US on 24, UAE on 28, Saudi Arabia on 57, Turkey on 61, South Africa on 64, India on 95, Bangladesh & Iran on 120, Pakistan & Lebanon on 134 and Russia on 143. According to TI's CPI 2011 Somalia, North Korea, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Sudan, Iraq, Haiti, and Venezuela are the Top 10 Corrupt Countries of the World.

Note: High Score means less corruption while Higher Rank means more corruption.

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