Jose Carlos Ugaz, global chairman of Transparency International, speaks at the headquarters of the Independent Commission Against Corruption in North Point, Hong Kong, in October 2016. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

What Transparency International’s corruption index doesn’t see

Dan Steinbock says Transparency International’s annual measure of corruption is flawed because it only measures public sector graft and takes a biased view of advanced economies’ interests

Topic |   Corruption in Asia

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Jose Carlos Ugaz, global chairman of Transparency International, speaks at the headquarters of the Independent Commission Against Corruption in North Point, Hong Kong, in October 2016. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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