For country details (2017) click to https://www.transparency.org/news/feature/corruption_perceptions_index_2017
Did it ever occur to you that there might be a strong positive correlation between corruption at all levels in a society and poor transport policy and practice performance? It has to me.
So what might it mean for an international, bilateral aid organization or charity that might be ready to put money into transportation improvements? And perhaps especially if the projects in question are big buck construction projects, infrastructure and others which are ripe for a hold-up..
At the very least I would tend to keep a sharp eye out for the work and recommendations of Transparency International — https://www.transparency.org/
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