Brazil falls in Latin American anti-corruption ranking, Uruguay remains first

Brazil ranks 10th in the Latin American Capacity to Fight Corruption Index; Uruguay tops the list for the 3rd year in a row.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Corruption indexes are springing up like mushrooms and it is easy to lose track of them.

In the latest specimen called Capacity to Fight Corruption (CCC) Index, prepared by the AS/COA forum (American Society/Council of the Americas), based in the USA, and the global risk consulting firm Control Risks, Brazil has fallen.

The study considers 15 Latin American countries. Together, they account for 92% of the region's . . .

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