Wednesday’s Daily News Digest

February 2nd, 2011

Divine intervention can’t lift black cloud over India
The National (UAE), February 2, 2011

File cases in foreign black money case, demands Advani
IANS, February 2, 2011

Nigeria, Corruption and Mo Ibrahim
Nigerian Tribune, February 2, 2011

SEC Extends Comment Period For Payment Disclosure Rules
Wall Street Journal (Blog), February 2, 2011

Lukashenko henchman evades EU asset freeze
EU Observer, February 2, 2011

France Seizes Ben Ali Private ‘Family Jet’
The Wall Street Journal (Blog), February 1, 2011

Fleeing Cairo—Cash & Carry
CNBC, February 1, 2011

India, Norway sign revised treaty to check tax evasion
Press Trust of India, February 2, 2011

Haiti’s ex-leader Duvalier: Frozen Swiss funds not mine
BBC News, February 2, 2011

Ariel Sharon’s sons ‘may face bribery charges’
AFP, February 1, 2011

Afghan finance minister wants investigation into charge he gained from Kabul Bank corruption
AP, February 2, 2011

Afghanistan’s “Too Big to Fail” Bank Is Failing. Guess Our System Doesn’t Work There, Either.
Huffington Post, February 2, 2011

Is the secret of Ikea’s thrifty founder out of the box?
The Independent, February 2, 2011

JGC Nears Settlement in Bribery Case
Wall Street Journal (Blog), February 1, 2011

Bribery Act delay undermines government commitment to fight corruption
Global Witness, February 1, 2011

A defining problem for the 2010 Bribery Act
The Guardian, February 2, 2011

Pfizer denies shipping path set up to avoid VAT
The Irish Times, February 2, 2011

Web of corruption in AFP
Manila Bulletin, February 2, 2011

Swiss banks must “know their customers”
Swiss Info, February 1, 2011

Written by Sheridan Gunderson

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