Ukraine now ranked among countries with highest levels of organized crime

The ranking, carried out by the World Economic Forum, placed post-Maidan Ukraine in the medium to high range for organized crime level

( – Ukraine was included in the list of countries with the highest level of organized crime. This is evidenced by the data of the rating compiled by the World Economic Forum (WEF) experts.

According to the rating, Ukraine ranks 113th in the list of 137 countries with a 3.9 points. In the group of countries with the highest level of organized crime, Ukraine was close to the states of South, Latin America and Africa. The rating was headed by El Salvador, Honduras and Venezuela.

WEF considers that organized crime has the smallest effect in Finland, Norway and Oman.

It is noted that the experts made a rating based on data for 2015-2016. Countries were graded from 1 to 7, where 1 – is the significant impact of organized crime on business, 7 – lack of influence.

As previously reported, Ukraine was included in the list of countries with an “average level of danger” for tourists.

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