Least & Most Corrupt List

Feb 6th, 2009, in Business & Economy, News, by

The most and least corrupt cities and towns, how easy it is perceived to do business around Indonesia.

In the Transparency International Indonesia (TII) corruption report for 2008 Indonesian towns were ranked according to the perceptions businessmen had of to what extent local governments fought against corruption and made it easier to start and do business:

The ten best perceived, presumably thought to be least corrupt towns:

  1. Yogyakarta (score 6.4 out of 10)
  2. Palangkaraya
  3. Banda Aceh
  4. Jambi
  5. Mataram
  6. Solo
  7. Tasikmalaya
  8. Banjarmasin
  9. Samarinda
  10. Pangkal Pinang (5.03)

Those in the middle:

  1. Ternate (5.01)
  2. Jayapura
  3. Malang
  4. Jember
  5. Kediri
  6. Balikpapan
  7. Gorontalo
  8. Makassar
  9. Padang
  10. Sampit
  11. Semarang
  12. Bandar Lampung
  13. Serang/Cilegon
  14. Palu
  15. Bengkulu (4.46)
  16. Batam
  17. Sorong
  18. Tenggarong
  19. Tanjung Pinang
  20. Ambon
  21. Surabaya
  22. Denpasar
  23. Sibolga
  24. Lhokseumawe
  25. Mamuju
  26. Jakarta
  27. Manado
  28. Pematang Siantar
  29. Palembang
  30. Medan (3.84)

The bottom ten:

  1. Cirebon (3.8)
  2. Pontianak
  3. Bandung
  4. Padang Sidempuan
  5. Pekan Baru
  6. Purwokerto
  7. Kendari
  8. Manokwari
  9. Tegal
  10. Kupang (2.9)

2 Comments on “Least & Most Corrupt List”

  1. avatar Burung Koel says:

    Cirebon in the bottom ten at 3.8?

    The krupuk business must be nastier than I thought.

  2. avatar Koran Saya says:

    Too bad Jakarta as Indonesian capital just at the middle of the list.

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