Thursday’s Daily News Digest

July 8th, 2010

Analysis: Asia next in line of fire for U.S. tax police
Reuters, July 7, 2010

US to access Europeans’ bank data in new deal
BBC, July 8, 2010

A Liechtenstein disclosure: Bulk of LDF assets can stay put
International Adviser, July 7, 2010

‘No need to have previous criminal records to go to prison in new money laundering bill,’ Alak
Buenos Aires Herald, July 8, 2010

Nigeria asks for Akingbola’s arrest, extradition
Next (Nigeria), July 8, 2010

Anti-money laundering bill suffers setback
Next (Nigeria), July 8, 2010

Singapore To Host Asia Pacific Meeting On Money Laundering
Bernama, July 8, 2010

Deutsche Bahn sacks employees in foreign bribery scandal
The Local (Germany), July 8, 2010

Eni, Snamprogetti to Pay Total $365 Million to Settle Bribery Charges
Wall Street Journal, July 7, 2010

Afghan citizens paid $1bn in bribes for public services last year, study finds
Guardian, July 8, 2010

Bribery Is Losing Its Charm in China
BusinessWeek, July 8, 2010

Philippines to catch corrupt officials in cyberspace
AFP, July 8, 2010

Indonesian anti-graft activist attacked
AFP, July 8, 2010

Written by Scott Fahey

Follow @FinTrCo