Pakistan Corruption: Transparency International Report shows numbers are improving

Here is a Transparency International report that shows some encouraging news.
The numbers and statistics shown by credible international agencies, especially Transparency International, are encouraging and it seems Pakistan is going in the right direction as far as limiting corruption within the country.

Pakistan has seen worst corruption of its history in the past two decades and there were growing concerns among the international community about its future economic outlook. Things, apparently, have stated to get better, on paper at least, but there is still a lot to done in order to eradicate corruption at lower level. Institutional corruption is hard to end, but the country has gradually improved its position despite worst terrorism it has been facing for the last 12 years.

Many multinational groups left the country after terrorists attacks started disrupting civil life and economic activities. There were incidents like killing of Chinese engineers in KPK and Balochistan.


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