Thursday’s Daily News Digest

January 6th, 2011

Raids lift the lid on bureau de change for criminals
BBC News, January 5, 2011

Casinos fail to flag huge sums of cash, Mounties say
Vancouver Sun, January 6, 2011

Former BayernLB Chief Risk Officer Gribkowsky Is Arrested in Bribery Probe
Bloomberg, January 5, 2011

OCC Probing 39 U.S. Lenders for Lapses Including Self-Dealing
Bloomberg, January 6, 2011

Papandreou Says Excessive Debt Was a `Symptom, Not Cause’ of Greek Crisis
Bloomberg, January 6, 2011

Cash-Strapped Greece Cracks Down on Fun, January 6, 2011

Nissan must turn over tax papers to IRS
The Tennessean, January 6, 2011

Reform must cover whole system, says revenue chief
Bangkok Post, January 7, 2011

‘Crocodile Dundee’ sues Australian government over tax investigation
Daily Telegraph, January 6, 2011

After Vodafone, India mulls taxing Kraft-Cadbury deal
Reuters, January 4, 2011

Income Tax offices in 8 nations including US, UK soon
PTI, January 6, 2011

Indian corruption backlash builds after ‘year of the treasure hunters’
The Guardian, January 2, 2011

Witches threaten Romanian taxman after new labour law
BBC News, January 6, 2011

China to Crack Down On Fake Invoices
Wall Street Journal (Blog), January 5, 2011

Blatter anti-corruption plan may be ‘red herring’
BBC News, January 6, 2011

Pakistan cricket corruption tribunal underway
AFP, January 6, 2011

Ecuador: Migrants who denounce corruption can stay
AP, January 1, 2011

International Court suspect quits Kenya government
AFP, January 4, 2011

MPs defend Lumumba over war on graft
Daily Nation (Kenya), January 6, 2011

China Praises Internet For Role In Rooting Out Corruption
RFE/RL (blog), December 30, 2010

Zambian President’s Anti-Corruption Commitment Questioned
VOA News, January 4, 2011

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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