Global Corruption Barometer

GLOBAL CORRUPTION BAROMETER 2015/16

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Malaysia’s 2013 GCB results

Transparency International Malaysia - Press Statement Issued in conjunction with the worldwide launch of the Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) Survey 2013 - Malaysia’s 2013 GCB results Transparency International’s Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) 2013 surveys the general public’s on their experience, views and perceptions of corruption in their country, including views on the government's efforts in fighting corruption

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2011 Corruption Perception Index & Corruption Barometer Results: Malaysia’s CPI Dips

1 December, 2011 Issued in conjunction with the worldwide launch of the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2011 For the 3rd consecutive year, Malaysia has shown a decline in its CPI score. Its 2011 score of 4.3 is slightly lower than the 4.4 recorded in 2010, and is significantly lower than the government’s benchmark of 4.9. Malaysia’s country ranking has also declined to 60th (of 183 countries) from 56th last year.

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Malaysia’s 2010 GCB results

10 December 2010 Issued in conjunction with the worldwide launch of the Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) 2010. Malaysia’s 2010 GCB results The GCB surveys the general public worldwide for their experience, views and perceptions of corruption in their country, including views on the government's efforts in fighting corruption.  In Malaysia a face-to-face survey was conducted of around 1,000 members of the public in urban

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Global Corruption Barometer 2009

The Gloal Corruption Barometer was launched in Malaysia on 3 June 2009 at Wisma FMM. WHAT IS THE GLOBAL CORRUPTION BAROMETER (GCB)? It presents main findings of public opinion survey that : •Explores general public’s views of corruption and bribery •Assesses extent of key institutions and public services to be corrupt •Measures citizens’ views on government efforts to fight corruption •Search questions on people’s willingness to pay

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2006 Global Corruption Barometer

7 December, 2006 3% of respondents in Malaysia reported that in the past 12 months, they or someone living in their household paid a bribe in any form. Malaysia perform fairly well here. The lowest corresponding figure regionally was in Singapore (1%) with the highest in Indonesia (18%), India (12%), Pakistan (15%), Philippines (16%) and Thailand (10%). The average for 12 economies surveyed in Asia-Pacific was 7%, although China was not included

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