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Greece’s public sector is no longer alone in being viewed as the most corrupt in the European Union, according to a worldwide survey of perceptions of graft in 174 states and territories.
In its 2014 corruption perceptions index, Transparency International found that Greece and three of its EU partners – Bulgaria, Italy and Romania – shared 69th place, all with a score of 43 on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean).
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