Tuesday’s Daily News Digest

December 21st, 2010

Great graft crackdown
Mail & Guardian (South Africa), December 21, 2010

Senators Drop Tax Item Affecting Foreign Companies
Bloomberg, December 20, 2010

Murky history of Tanzania deal laid bare
Financial Times, December 21, 2010

WikiLeaks cables: ‘Taliban treats heroin stocks like savings accounts’
Guardian, December 21, 2010

Taliban’s Cash Flow Grows From Heroin Trade, Crime
NPR, December 20, 2010

WikiLeaks: Diplomats warned about Stanford
AP, December 21, 2010

Italy Investigates Nine Eni Managers In Alleged Tax Evasion Case
Dow Jones, December 20, 2010

Credit Suisse not seeking tax deal,CEO tells paper
Reuters, December 21, 2010

Boston Scientific Says IRS Seeks $525.1 Million in Taxes
Wall Street Journal, December 21, 2010

NJ man sentenced for not reporting Swiss account
AP, December 20, 2010

Ex-Telecom Execs Charged With Foreign Bribery, Money Laundering
Wall Street Journal (Blog), December 20, 2010

Kazakhs pour cold water on Swiss money-laundering case
Daily Telegraph, December 20, 2010

Qatar Faces Challenge of Combating Money Laundering, December 21, 2010

Austrian bank suspects Sanader for money laundering
Croatian Times, December 21, 2010

Money Laundering Using Trust and Company Service Providers
Compliance Building, December 21, 2010

Italian judge upholds seizure of Vatican assets
AP, December 20, 2010

Kosovo’s PM fires back over stolen organs report
CNN, December 21, 2010

Halliburton agrees to pay $35 mln in Nigeria graft case
AFP, December 21, 2010

Germany Investigating Bribes at Its Embassies
International Herald Tribune, December 21, 2010

Ukraine President Proposes New Corruption ‘Principles’
Wall Street Journal (Blog), December 20, 2010

Does anyone in America believe in the rule of law?
Salon, December 21, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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