This National Business Review article is interesting on two front.  Firstly, it reveals useful (although not earth shattering) insight into those countries whose governments have taken corruption and the corresponding requirement for transparency seriously.  Secondly, it sets out some of the countries who are seriously missing the mark.  In the linked article, see also the Transparency International – Corruption Perceptions Index, on the methodology for determining the relative national corruption rankings.

The National Business Review – NZ tops global list as least corrupt country