Tuesday’s Daily News Digest

January 4th, 2011

COLUMN: Why is government reluctant to retrieve funds stashed abroad?
Daily News and Analysis (India), January 3, 2011

Corruption Currents: Trends to Look For In 2011
Wall Street Journal (Blog), December 30, 2010

2011: The Year Of The FCPA Piggyback?
Wall Street Journal (Blog), December 29, 2010

Many Journalists Killed In 2010 Covered Corruption
Wall Street Journal (Blog), January 4, 2011

India Examines Possible Tax Evasion in Kraft Takeover of Cadbury
New York Times (Blog), January 3, 2011

Garcia, wife face tax evasion charges
The Philippine Star, January 5, 2011

FT: Reforms could expose ‘scandalous tax treatment’ of multinationals
Tax Journal, January 4, 2011

Swiss regulator tightens insurance wrapper rules
Reuters, January 4, 2011

Serial floats and patent porkies
Sydney Morning Herald, January 4, 2011

Boeing Avoided Use of Agents in Tanzania, Turkey
Wall Street Journal (Blog), January 3, 2011

Prosecutor Confirms Accusation against Sudan Leader
New York Times, January 2, 2011

Bulgarian football’s ‘mafia links’ exposed in cables
Bangkok Post, January 3, 2011

Karzai keeps minister considered corrupt by US
AP, December 31, 2010

Facing Threat from WikiLeaks, Bank Plays Defense
New York Times, January 3, 2011

U.K. Law on Bribes Has Firms in a Sweat
Wall Street Journal, December 28, 2010

Alcatel-Lucent to Pay $137 Million in Bribe Probes
Bloomberg, December 28, 2010

Deutsche Telekom Chief Cleared In German Bribery Probe
Wall Street Journal (Blog), January 4, 2011

China Executes Official Convicted in $4.7M Bribery Case
AOL News, December 30, 2010

Finland expands Patria bribery probe to Croatia
AP, January 3, 2011

China Probed 240,000 Cases of Official Corruption Over Seven Year Period
Bloomberg, December 29, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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