Thursday’s Daily News Digest

September 2nd, 2010

`Indian black money at $1.4 trln’
United News of India, September, 1, 2010

No assistance in stolen bank data cases, September 1, 2010

UBS On Track To Fulfill Orders To Exit US Offshore Operations
Automated Trader (Dow Jones), September 1, 2010

Fraud fears lead to run on Kabul Bank
Financial Times, September 2, 2010

Karzai’s brother calls for U.S. to shore up Kabul Bank as withdrawals accelerate
The Washington Post, September 2, 2010

US Def Sec: Afghans should lead corruption fight
Associated Press, September 2, 2010

Banks not paying price of role in drug trade
My San Antonio News, September 2, 2010

French minister admits role in L’Oreal heiress saga
Reuters, September 2, 2010

Liechtenstein, UK Tax Pact for Wealthy Clients Comes Into Force
Automated Trader (Dow Jones), September 2, 2010

IMF tax chief lays down gauntlet on tax evasion
Accountancy Age, September 2, 2010

Money laundering to finance crime, terrorism grows
Deutsche Welle (AFP/AP), September 2, 2010

Four Africans arrested in Japan for money-laundering
Daily Nation (Kenya), September 2, 2010

Pakistan steps up anti-terror financing measures, September 1, 2010

Securities firm to pay $50,000 fine (Raleigh, NC), September 2, 2010

Paul Hogan ‘can’t pay 10% of tax bill’
BBC News, September 1, 2010

U.S. Closes Corruption Inquiry as Ghana Probes Alleged Bribery at Jubilee
Bloomberg, September 2, 2010

First time ever, GNP expels member, Rep. Kang
JoongAng Daily, September 3, 2010

Gangwon Gov. Lee allowed to return to office
The Korea Times, September 2, 2010

New Guilty Plea in U.S. Army Bribery Case
The Wall Street Journal, September 2, 2010

Written by Jeffrey Lamoureux

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