Find out the rank of the Philippines on the Corruption Index Map

This is Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index map.

Dark red means highly corrupt, while the light yellow color means the cleanest. The Philippines is dark orange.

Denmark scored the cleanest country, while North Korea and Somalia tied as the most corrupt.

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