Monday’s Daily News Digest

February 28th, 2011

Government relaxes Bribery Act
The Telegraph, February 26, 2011

Video: How Much is Qaddafi Worth?
CBS, February 25, 2011

Could Africa’s lost billions end poverty at a stroke?
The Guardian, February 28, 2011

Bill to Expose Foreign Payments
News Scotsman, February 28, 2011

Gaddafi, family possess wealth “in excess of 20 billion dollars
ANI, February 26, 2011

Five-fold strategy to deal with black money menace: FM
PTI, February 28, 2011

Son of Equatorial Guinea’s dictator plans one of world’s most expensive yachts
Global Witness, February 28, 2011

G20 governments and Dubai must act now to freeze and investigate any illicit assets
Transparency International, February 25, 2011

U.S., UN, UK, EU Freeze Gadhafi’s Assets
The Wall Street Journal (Blog), February 28, 2011

US probe into tax evasion widens
Financial Times, February 27, 2011

Swiss banker pledges silence in US tax case
AP, February 28, 2011

Swiss regulator reprimands HSBC Private Bank over data theft
DPA, February 28, 2011

UK Uncut turns ire on RBS as protests spread to US
The Guardian, February 27, 2011

Op-Ed: Uncut Comes to America
The Guardian, February 28, 2011

Boeing Receives Tax Rebates; Pays No Income Taxes for 3 Years
Gather, February 27, 2011

Audio: Money-laundering controls needed in Swiss real estate market, expert says
World Radio Switzerland, February 28, 2011

Senior Chinese official urges anti-corruption team to draw experience from Beijing Olympics
Xinhua, February 28, 2011

Former Tax Chief Back in Korea, Questioned over Bribery
Arirang, February 28, 2011

Greece again in the heart of the EU “package”
New Europe, February 27, 2011

Italy’s Berlusconi back on trial for tax fraud
AP, February 28, 2011

Zambia: Mopani Copper mine accountants under investigation for ‘flawed’ tax submission
Lusaka Times, February 28, 2011

Mafia threatens world sport: Jacques Rogge
The Australian, March 1, 2011

Written by Sheridan Gunderson

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