Tuesday’s Top News

August 17th, 2010

Report: Bribes fuel corruption in Nigeria police
Associated Press, August 17, 2010

Chief minister urges North Americans to support island
BBC News, August 16, 2010

Can democracy thrive in Africa?
CNN International, August 17, 2010

Asian suppliers respond to Apple bribery charges
Financial Times, August 17, 2010

Get out of jail free!
The Economist, August 17, 2010

S.African ex-police chief appeals graft conviction
AFP, August 17, 2010

Public prosecutors can be hauled up for bribery: HC
The Hindustan Times, August 17, 2010

Taiwan firm paid ex-Costa Rica president: witness
AFP, August 17, 2010

Editorial: The corruption conundrum
The Daily Independent (Nigeria), August 17, 2010

Embattled French minister hit by new finance claim
AFP, August 16, 2010

BJP to raise illegal money issue in Parliament
The Hindu, August 17, 2010

URA refutes corruption ranking
East African Business Week, August 17, 2010

Miami Area Father-Son Developers Plead Not Guilty
Bloomberg News, August 16, 2010

Officials prepare for next CAFTA assessment
Cayman News Service, August 16, 2010

UK investment managers prepare for Fatca ahead of 2013
ICFA, August 17, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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