Thai Ku Fa, the Government House of Thailand

Thailand performs better on graft-busting efforts


The military-installed government of Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has made progress in its fight against graft in the past one year, scoring two points higher in 2017 to 37 from 2016, and upgrading the country to be on the 96th place from a total of 180 countries in the list.

The latest ranking of the country was released by the anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) as it presented its annual corruption perceptions index on Wednesday.

Full story: thaipbs.or.th

By Thai PBS

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