Thursday’s Daily News Digest

October 28th, 2010

Seoul to combat borrowed-name accounts
The Korea Times, October 28, 2010

Prosecutors raid firm of President’s friend
The Korea Times, October 28, 2010

LTE: Tax deal lets down developing world
Financial Times, October 28, 2010

Swiss deal drives taxpayers to Liechtenstein amnesty
Accountancy Age, October 28, 2010

Lord Sacks tackles tax dodgers
The Jewish Chronicle, October 28, 2010

S’pore least corrupt nation
The Straits Times, October 27, 2010

SEC, DOJ Probing Diebold For Potential Violations Of Foreign Bribery Law
Wall Street Journal (Blog), October 28, 2010

Shell close to settling bribery case
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, October 28, 2010

Whistleblower Program To Open Up Global Bribery Enforcement
Wall Street Journal (Blog), October 28, 2010

China tightens grip on trade to curb fund flows
Reuters, October 27, 2010

Tax Shortfalls Spur New Fear on Europe’s Recovery Bid
The New York Times, October 28, 2010

Tax amnesty for «shadow» businesses expected to be declared in 2011
Belarus News, October 28, 2010

Italy Fin Min: Must Recover Dodged Taxes Before Spending Them
Wall Street Journal, October 28, 2010

Income-Tax Department raids 45 places belonging to companies for tax evasion
Press Trust of India, October 28, 2010

Tax evasion, smuggling cases filed vs 2 companies
BusinessWorld, October 28, 2010

Standard Bank advises locals to invest offshore
Swazi Observer, October 28, 2010

The fight against corruption: Naming and shaming
The Economist, October 28, 2010

NGO Pledges ‘Nightmares’ for Corrupt Government Officials
The Moscow Times, October 28, 2010

No progress in alleged Nauru bribery case
Radio New Zealand International, October 27, 2010

Army Contracting Officer Pleads Guilty To Bribery
Wall Street Journal (Blog), October 28, 2010

4 Chinese arrested for ivory smuggling
Press TV (Iran), October 28, 2010

FinMin looks to amend money laundering Act to include non-profit firms
Indian Express, October 29, 2010

Alleged money laundering: EFCC arraigns ex-Gov Nnamani
Nigerian Tribune, October 28, 2010

International Borrowers Take to Islamic Bond Market
New York Times, October 28, 2010

California man charged with $5M stock swindle
AP, October 28, 2010

Dutch couple arrested on charges of money laundering and fraud
Radion Netherlands Worldwide, October 28, 2010

Banking Regulations: What can be done about money laundering in Sierra Leone?
Sierra Express Media, October 27, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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