Corruption in Luxembourg is examined on this page.
The level of corruption in Luxembourg is very low, and there is a strong legal framework for combating corruption. Anti-corruption laws are implemented.  However, political corruption does surface. According to Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer 2013, 53% of the surveyed households consider political parties “corrupt” or “extremely corrupt”, and 33% have the same opinion about Parliament. Moreover, a significant number of the surveyed households consider that the government’s fight against corruption “ineffective” and corruption has increased over the past two years. 
Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 10th place out of 176 countries. 
Business and corruption, companies do not consider corruption in Luxembourg, according to the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014.  However, several other sources indicate that the issue of corruption and corruption is of great importance in the context of corruption and corruption.  
- Jump up^ “Evaluation Report- Luxembourg 2013” (PDF) . GRECO & the European Commission . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
- Jump up^ “Global Corruption Barometer 2013” . Transparency International . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
- Jump up^ “Corruption Perception Index 2016” .
- Jump up^ “Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014” . World Economic Forum . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
- Jump up^ “Identifying and Reducing Corruption in Public Procurement in the EU” (PDF) . PWC & ECORYS . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .
- Jump up^ “Snapshot of the Luxembourg Country Profile” . Business Anti-Corruption Portal . Retrieved 4 December 2013 .