Wednesday’s News Digest

August 11th, 2010

World’s First Anticorruption Academy Aims To Train Enforcers
Dow Jones Newswires, August 10, 2010

Special Report: Inside Greece’s war on tax evaders
Reuters, August 11, 2010

Africans want to see real benefits before they pay taxes
BBC News, August 11, 2010

Ruling offers reprieve for corporate tax strategy
The Globe and Mail, August 11, 2010

Malaysia asked to drop Labuan from tax treaty
The Korea Times, August 11, 2010

Mexican president open to change in drug strategy
AP, August 11, 2010

Terrorism-Money Laundering Bill – Jonathan Expresses Concern Over Delay
Leadership (Abuja), August 10, 2010

Graft, tiny private sector hamper S.Sudan progress
Reuters, August 10, 2010

Angola ruling party to look into graft allegations
Reuters, August 9, 2010

Thai court rejects Thaksin assets appeal
BBC News, August 11, 2010

Indonesian Graft Watchdogs: Time Is Ripe to Hit Tommy Suharto Hard
Jakarta Globe, August 10, 2010

Opinion: The Malik’s Answer to Corruption
The Huffington Post, August 9, 2010

Guatemala acts on extra-judicial prison killings
BBC News, August 10, 2010

South Africa Weighs Media Controls
The Wall Street Journal, August 11, 2010

Why graft cases may not succeed
Manila Bulletin, August 11, 2010

Allegations judge asked for bribe being probed
Taipei Times, August 11, 2010

New Rule Invites More FCPA Scrutiny in Energy Industry
Main Justice, August 11, 2010

Tobacco Company Penalties May Signal U.S. Crackdown on Industry Practices Overseas
Center for Public Integrity, August 11, 2010

Lalit Modi gets another month to appear before tax officials
The Economic Times, August 11, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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