That’s according to the Transparency International Global, Corruption Perception Index 2017, which was released today.
According to the Corruption Perception Index, Papua New Guinea ranks 135 among 180 countries with a score of 29 out of 100.
The CPI scores countries on a scale of zero to 100, with 100 being perceived to be very clean and zero perceived to be highly corrupt.
Papua New Guinea again scored below the global average score of 43.
Effectively this places PNG in the high quartile top 25 percent of corrupt nations.