When it comes to the perception of corruption, Croatia is ranked 62nd out of 176 countries, according to Transparency International Croatia who on Wednesday released its latest Corruption Perception Index.
On the list from 0, which indicates complete corruption, to 100, zero corruption, Croatia scored 46, well below the EU average of 63.6. Romania, Italy, Bulgaria and Greece all scored worse than Croatia.
Denmark, New Zealand, Finland, Sweden were at the top of the list, whilst Afghanistan, Korea and Somalia were considered the most corrupt places. Croatia has improved from its 2011 ranking when it finished 66th out of 183 countries.