Wednesday’s Daily News Digest

June 2nd, 2010

Offshore Corporate Tax Havens: Why Are They Still Allowed?
The Huffington Post, June 1, 2010

Tax haven crackdown coming to close (Australia), June 2, 2010

Uncle Sam to keep a closer eye on offshore trusts and accounts
The Royal Gazette, June 1, 2010

SEC Is Boosting Scrutiny of Offshore Accounting, Fagel Says
Bloomberg, June 2, 2010

Ghana lost $36 million of gold revenue, June 2, 2010

Cancun mayor arrested on drug charges
Associated Press, June 1, 2010

Nigeria: Democracy, Their Democracy, And Citizen Kuti
Daily Champion (Nigeria), June 1, 2010

Corruption thrived in country this year: TI report
Daily Times (Pakistan), June 2, 2010

Georgian mafiaso fined for money laundering in Spain
Reuters, June 1, 2010

U.S. Treasury Designates Mozambique Firms in Narcotics Network
Bloomberg, June 1, 2010

Liberian President’s Son Wore Wire for DEA In Massive Drug Sting, June 1, 2010

UK jury: Nigerian leader’s sister laundered money
Associated Press, June 1, 2010

Vatican bank under scrutiny
AFP, June 1, 2010

Koda graft trail leads to Dubai
India Today, June 2, 2010

Ecuador Won’t Work With Sanctioned Iranian Banks – Correa
Dow Jones, June 2, 2010

U.S. Attorney General Says More Individuals to Face Bribery and Corruption Charges, June 1, 2010

Written by Scott Fahey

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