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Cape Verde: Among the 30 Least Corrupt States in the World!

Oppdatert: 30. apr.




Denmark tops the corruption rating by Transparency International. Norway is number 4, following Finland (2) and New Zealand (3). Cape Verde is the nation in the top part of the list that has made the greatest leap upwards, moving from 35th place in 2022 to 30th ranking in 2023. The island state has surpassed nations like South Korea, Israel, Portugal, Lithuania, and Spain in the ranking of a total of 180 nations.


Cape Verde is considered a country with a relatively low degree of corruption, especially compared to many other countries in the region. The corruption index, which assesses the perception of corruption in the public sector, shows that businesspeople, academics, and risk analysts view Cape Verde as relatively clean in terms of corruption.

This perception is supported by available data and statistics showing current values and historical data regarding corruption in the country, providing a basis for forecasts and analysis.


Cape Verde consists of 15 islands, of which nine are inhabited, with the capital, Praia, located on the largest island, São Tiago. Despite its size, the country has managed to maintain a relatively positive image in terms of combating corruption, which stands out in a global context where many countries struggle with high corruption.

Compared to European countries, such as Spain, which recently fell to 35th place in Transparency International's report on corruption perception, Cape Verde is relatively well-positioned.


This shows that even smaller nations can achieve significant results in the fight against corruption with the right focus and effort.


Cape Verde is the 30th least corrupt nation out of 180 countries, according to the 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International. The corruption ranking in Cape Verde averaged 41.59 from 2007 to 2023, reaching a record high of 49.00 in 2007 and a record low of 30.00 in 2023. Source: Transparency International

The top 30 of 180 nations ranked by Transparency International.



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