Wednesday’s Top News Stories

May 12th, 2010

Government woos parties over UBS data, May 12, 2010

Swiss parliament nears deal on U.S. tax deal impasse
Reuters, May 12, 2010

Swiss Bank Regulator Was Blinded by UBS Image, Government Says
Bloomberg, May 12, 2010

Denmark: Tax Amnesty
Mondaq News, May 12, 2010

Complicit in Corruption: How German Companies Bribed Their Way to Greek Deals
Der Spiegel, May 11, 2010

Tax Evasion: Oil Giant SAIPEM in N14bn Dispute
This Day (Nigeria), May 12, 2010

Four Irish firms implicated in Brussels probe
RTÉ (Ireland), May 12, 2010

Tax evasion drives huge profits in property industry
Global Times (China), May 12, 2010

Canadian Man Pleads Guilty in Web Gambling Fraud Case (Update2)
Bloomberg, May 11, 2010

French court refuses to free Noriega before trial
The Associated Press, May 12, 2010

Twenty-six illegal banks broken up in south China
Xinhua, May 12, 2010

China Defends Activities in Africa
The Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2010

Op-Ed: Chinese Corruption Is Hazardous to Your Health
The Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2010

Bribery inquiry into former PM of Ukraine reopened
The Guardian, May 12, 2010

Leading Spanish judge faces Supreme Court trial
CNN, May 12, 2010

Expectations High for Nigeria’s New Leader
Voice of America News, May 12, 2010

Philippines’ Arroyo picks chief justice as probe looms
Reuters, May 12, 2010

3 family wins signal Marcos revival in Philippines
The Associated Press, May 12, 2010

India wakes up to the business of sport
AFP, May 12, 2010

Ghana to establish Economic and Organised Crime Office
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, May 12, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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