Monday’s Daily News Digest

February 14th, 2011

Egyptians focus their attention on recovering the nation’s money
The Washington Post, February 13, 2011

Corrupt leaders may have cost Egypt $57.2b
Gulf News, February 14, 2011

If you have ‘Black Money’ hidden in Swiss banks, you’re exposed: WikiLeaks list is coming
Asian Tribune, February 14, 2011

Hunting for bad money amid the good
The National, February 14, 2011

Costa Rica Among Top Five Latin American Countries With Illegal Flow Of Money
Inside Costa Rica, February 14, 2011

Egypt Protest Spreads to Banks, State Offices
Advisor One, February 14, 2011

The U.S. Government Should Freeze Mubarak’s Plundered Loot
The Huffington Post, February 14, 2011

Swiss Government Freezes Mubarak’s Assets
The Wall Street Journal (Blog), February 11, 2011

Obama budget would boost U.S. tax agency funding
Reuters, February 14, 2011

The tax havens hiding billions from the taxman…and Britain’s one of the biggest
Daily Record, February 13, 2011

Deal with tax havens
The Economic Times, February 14, 2011

U.K. enacts ‘far-reaching’ anti-bribery act
Law Times, February 14, 2011

Lebanese Bank Denies US Charge of Money Laundering, Terror Ties
Israel National News, February 13, 2011

South African Threatened to Spread Foot-And-Mouth Disease in U.S. and U.K
Bloomberg, February 14, 2011

Fighting money laundering (Conclusion)
Speaking Out by Atty. Ignacio R. Bunye

Iraqis in Baghdad protest bad services, corruption
AP, February 14, 2011

Anti-competition, anti-bribery laws to get tough in Asia
Channel News Asia, February 14, 2011

Keep an eye on larger taxpayers, Waweru tells African authorities
The Daily Nation, February 14, 2011

Diebold Uncovers Possible FCPA Violations In Asia-Pacific Operation
The Wall Street Journal (Blog), February 14, 2011

Written by Sheridan Gunderson

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