"The abuse of power, secret dealings and bribery continue to ravage societies around the world."
So says corporate and political corruption watchdog, Transparency International.
Their 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index ranks 177 countries and territories on 'how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be.'
Sentiments cover issues like political finance, money laundering and the transparency of public institutions.
Unsurprisingly, no country had an entirely clean sheet, but Denmark and New Zealand took joint first place, in contrast to Afghanistan, North Korea and Somalia which nestle at the bottom of the table.
Using the map below, hover over your country to see how it ranks against the best - and the worst.
You can check out the full table and rankings on the Transparency International website.
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