Friday’s Daily News Digest

June 11th, 2010

Woes of the Euro Zone: Can Portugal be far behind?
The Portugal News, June 11, 2010

Where the money went
Africa Confidential, June 11, 2010

Higher taxes, says the OECD
Africa Confidential, June 11, 2010

UPDATE 1-UBS CEO sees politicians backing U.S. tax deal
Reuters, June 11, 2010

Africa: OECD Report Calls for Radical Tax Reform Across Continent
Pambazuka News, June 10, 2010

German tax crackdown may yield 1.5 bln eur -union
Reuters, June 11, 2010

Sars’s opportunity to “come clean” on assets hidden offshore
Moneywebtax (South Africa), June 11, 2010

Legislation dogs govt in tax evasion issue
Mail Today (India), June 11, 2010

Legal pulse: Major transfer pricing dispute settled, offers relief to some Indo-US businesses
Legally India, June 11, 2010

EFCC blames judiciary for delay in corruption trials
Next (Nigeria), June 10, 2010

Ex-president offers to wire more money back in return for release
Focus Taiwan, June 11, 2010

Nigeria: Ibori’s Bail Revoked, Re-Arrested in Dubai
Daily Trust, June 11, 2010

Governor-elect in Gangwon loses bribery appeal
JoongAng Daily (SK), June 11, 2010

Witnesses in Olmert graft case take the stand
Haaretz, June 11, 2010

Corruption Allegations Hit Slovak PM Fico on Eve of Election
Wall Street Journal, June 11, 2010

27 charged with drug smuggling in Operation Burrito Grande and Operation Imperial Strikes Back
Los Angeles Times, June 10, 2010

Bogota soccer team linked to money laundering
Colombia Reports, June 10, 2010

Written by Scott Fahey

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