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French Report on Stolen Assets from Developing Countries Cites Raymond Baker, GFI
June 25th, 2009
GFI Cited in French Study of Corruption, Developing Countries Global Financial Integrity, June 25, 2009 The French non-profit organization, Catholic Committee against Hunger and for Development (CCFD), released a new report Wednesday on government corruption and stolen assets from developing countries. The report, “Biens mal acquis” or “Ill-Gotten Gains” extensively cites the work of Global Financial Integrity (GFI) and its director, Raymond Baker, on illicit financial flows and their impact on developing countries. The report presents a very precise inventory of the assets stolen by 30 heads of state during the past 50 years; ranging from such notorious figures as...
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