Tuesdays Daily News Digest

March 8th, 2011

India stud farm owner arrested for ‘illegal money’
BBC News, March 8, 2011

Stud farm owner Hasan Ali in court for $8 bln tax fraud
Reuters, March 8, 2011

Obama Taps Daniel Glaser For Terrorist Finance Post
Wall Street Journal (Blog), March 7, 2011

Open book test
Financial Times (Editorial), March 6, 2011

Tax reform to boost revenue for EU and developing countries
Press Release from The European Parliament, March 8, 2011

Mexico Undertakes Anti-Corruption Initiatives
Bernama, March 3, 2011

Panama: Move to bring ex-president to trial on money laundering charges
NewsRoom Panama, March 4, 2011

Compliance Commission checks money laundering
Freeport News, March 8, 2011

Ex-chief executive of BDO Seidman on trial in tax-shelter case
Chicago Tribune, March 8, 2011

Corruption Threatens China’s High-Speed Rail Plan
Voice of America, March 8, 2011

Worried about unrest, China premier vows to end corruption
McClatchy, March 5, 2011

Jordan king accords unlimited power to anti-corruption panel
IANS, March 8, 2011

Kenya needs zero tolerance of corruption
Reuters (Analysis), March 7, 2011

Indian-origin former Fiji PM denied travel to US
IANS, March 8, 2011

Singh Takes Responsibility (for the CVC Mess)
The Wall Street Journal (blog), March 7, 2011

Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi plans to attend his trials
BBC News, March 5, 2011

Transfer pricing norms: More power to FinMin
Business Standard, March 8, 2011

Greece’s Credit Rating Crash Puts It in ‘Junk’ Land
AOL News, March 8, 2011

Action planned against 700,000 tax-evaders
Dawn, March 8, 2011

Written by Synnøve Mjeldheim Skaar

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