Thursday’s News Round-up

May 20th, 2010

WRAPUP 8-Sweeping Wall Street reform bill advances in Senate
Reuters, May 20, 2010

EU attacks ‘discriminatory’ US tax moves
Financial Times, May 20, 2010

LETTER: Tax havens no game for poor countries
The Guardian, May 20, 2010

Singapore Bling
The Wall Street Journal, May 21, 2010

Greeks dodge taxes on 50 bln euros in annual income: bank
AFP, May 20, 2010

U.K. FSA to Lose Enforcement Power to Crime Agency (Update1)
Bloomberg News, May 20, 2010

Can North Korea Be Safe for Business?
Time Magazine, May 20, 2010

Miami Beach Developers Urged Witness Lies, U.S. Says (Update2)
Bloomberg News, May 19, 2010

Swiss face U.S. backlash if parliament snubs UBS deal
Reuters, May 20, 2010

US, India Reach Transfer Pricing Agreement, May 20, 2010

FinCEN:Integrate Anti-Money Laundering Programs With Prevention
Dow Jones, May 20, 2010

Botswana forms Financial Intelligence Agency
Sunday Standard, May 20, 2010

China punishes officials over graft
Al Jazeera, May 20, 2010

Liberia’s feisty president: Another round for Africa’s Iron Lady
The Economist, May 20, 2010

Ex-NJ lawmaker is convicted in corruption probe
The Associated Press, May 19, 2010

FIFA official: Bribery claims probably not true
The Associated Press, May 20, 2010

Kandahar Corruption Poses Challenge For U.S.
NPR, May 20, 2010

Indonesia probes massive forest corruption: official
AFP, May 20, 2010

Indonesia finance chief change may stall reforms
The Associated Press, May 20, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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