The European Commission has ordered a survey to measure the extent of corruption across the EU. Respondents across were asked if they are “personally affected by corruption in daily life”.
As seen on the infographic, on the "top" of the list, the most corrupt countries were Spain, Greece and Cyprus, while Denmark, Germany and France are the least affected.
The EC estimates that corruption alone is costing the EU economy at least €120 billion every year.
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