In New Zealand, integrity and good authority are vital in that they reinforce government legality and the liberties, civil rights, and aptitude to contribute to a democratic state. When people trust their societies, they are more inclined to pay their taxes, fill in their census forms, and adhere to laws and regulations.
New Zealand’s high trust society is a nationwide treasure and a financial asset. Forbes magazine ranks New Zealand number 1 on its 2013 Best Countries for Business list. Credit goes to a transparent and steady business climate. As a result, the place boasts its zero corruption and zero-pollution country.