Thailand’s corruption situation index (CSI) for June shows much improvement, with the best figure since the survey began in 2010.
Conducted by the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce's Center for Economic and Business Forecasting, the survey found the CSI rose from 39 points in the last survey in December to 46.
The closer a CSI score is to zero, the higher the level of corruption, while 100 shows high transparency and a lack of graft.
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